One Generation Away is pleased to present Constitutional Conversations in collaboration with the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation.
Constitutional Conversations is a series of discussions by America’s leading scholars about the principles, framing, ratification, and implementation of constitutional government in the United States.

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James Madison and Religion by Professor Jeffry Morrison

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Religion and The States by Professor Jeffry Morrison

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Religion in Colonial America by Professor Jeffry Morrison

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The Great Awakening by Professor Jeffry Morrison

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Women as Citizens Under the U.S. Constitution by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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Women Participate in the Ratification Debate by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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Women Vote in New Jersey (1776-1807) by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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The American Revolution Changes the Status of Women by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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Women During the American Revolution by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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Women Before the American Revolution by Professor Rosemarie Zagarri

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James Madison and the Constitution by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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James Madison in the 1790’s by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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James Madison and the Bill of Rights by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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James Madison and Proportional Representation by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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James Madison at the Constitutional Convention by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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JamesJames Madison in the 1780’s by Professor Jack N. Rakove

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James Madison in the 1780’s by Professor Jack N. Rakove
Emancipation of Slaves Under the Constitution by Professor John P. Kaminski

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Gradual Emancipation of Slaves After 1780 by Professor John P. Kaminski
Tune in next week for another video in our Constitutional Conversation series!

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The Printers’ Role in Constitutional Ratification by Professor John P. Kaminski.

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Antifederalist Objections to the Constitution by Prof. John P. Kaminski

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Massachusetts and Constitutional Ratification by Professor John P. Kaminski

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Popular Sovereignty and Constitutional Ratification by Prof. John P. Kaminski

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Challenges to Ratification of the Constitution by Professor John P. Kaminski

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Fame and the Founders by Professor Daniel Dreisbach

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Forgotten Founders by Professor Daniel Dreisbach

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Famous Founders by Professor Daniel Dreisbach

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Celebrating the Founders by Professor Daniel Dreisbach

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The Slave Trade and the Constitution by Professor John P. Kaminski

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States, Slavery and the Constitution by Professor John P. Kaminski

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The Fugitive Slave Clause and the Constitution by Professor John P. Kaminski

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Slavery and the Three-Fifths Compromise by Professor John P. Kaminski

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