Nation-Makers: Monroe and Marshall - Foreign Policy and the Supreme Court (Prerecorded)John Boles
This individual and independent lecture is one part of an overall theme, “Nation-Makers,” that will emphasize the careers of seven men—all contemporaries and from a small portion of Virginia—and their out-sized role in helping to create the United States. Sometimes they shared political outlooks, sometimes they were political opponents. These men are George Washington, George Mason, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, and John Marshall.
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This is lecture 6 of 6. Other lectures in this series available for purchase include:
Lecture 1: Nation-Makers: Washington, Henry, and Jefferson – The American Revolution(Prerecorded)
Lecture 2: Nation-Makers: Madison, Mason, and Henry – The Constitution and Its Ratification (Prerecorded)
Lecture 3: Nation-Makers: Washington, Madison, and Jefferson – The New Government & the Rise of Political Parties (Prerecorded)
Lecture 4: Nation-Makers: Jefferson – The Evolution of the Presidency and Expansion of the Nation (Prerecorded)
Lecture 5: Nation-Makers: Madison: “Mr. Madison’s War,” 1812–1815 (Prerecorded)
Price is per student. Class tuition is non-refundable.