Archive for the Constitutional Era Category

A Republic or Democracy?

Posted in Constitutional Era on October 11, 2016 by mrkufs

This 10:00 documentary explains specifically how the United States was more of a Republic and not a pure democracy.  Pay attention to particular parts that mention that specifically.

Bill of Rights Explained by Mr. Kufs

Posted in Constitutional Era on October 11, 2016 by mrkufs

The Definition of Federalism in 13 Seconds

Posted in Constitutional Era with tags , on October 11, 2016 by mrkufs

“With Honors” Clip About The Genius of the Constitution

Posted in Constitutional Era on October 7, 2016 by mrkufs

Joe Pesci plays the role of a bum on the Harvard campus in this powerful scene. Pesci explains to an arrogant professor that the founding fathers might have only been farmers but they were geniuses because they knew that they were not perfect-and times change. They created a flexible, living document. And most of all the President is not a king but really just a bum, a servant of the people.

Land Ordinance of 1785

Posted in Constitutional Era on October 6, 2016 by mrkufs

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The Articles of Confederation Were…

Posted in Constitutional Era with tags on October 4, 2016 by mrkufs

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“With Honors” Clip About The Genius of the Constitution

Posted in Constitutional Era on October 10, 2015 by mrkufs

Joe Pesci plays the role of a bum on the Harvard campus in this powerful scene. Pesci explains to an arrogant professor that the founding fathers might have only been farmers but they were geniuses because they knew that they were not perfect-and times change. They created a flexible, living document. And most of all the President is not a king but really just a bum, a servant of the people.