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In contrast to his past few essays directed towards internal dealings, Alexander Hamilton now shifts his focus onto external dealings, specifically with foreign countries. Just as he did for the internally-focused topics, he is discussing the benefits of a union of the states- under the proposed Constitutional change- in relation to external topics, including commerce. 160 more words


Bill Lockwood: What’s Missing from the Debates?

What’s Missing from the Debates?—The Civil Bible of America –“I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves…” 643 more words
The Constitution

Petite Patriots: Part 1

My petites have been asking a lot of questions about the United States and our history lately.  My husband loves politics, election cycles and history; so we are fully embracing their curious minds and spending quite a bit of time talking about the history of our country and some of the things that make America so special. 306 more words

Reading & Books

Far From the Truth

Whether you are examining biblical principles, the constitution or terrorism, answers will vary depending upon the world view you can eventually adopt.  When America was founded, Christian theism was the most dominant worldview.  302 more words


An influence not to be dismissed

I’ve always been proud of my (half) Greek heritage. As I was growing up I felt that it enabled me to think differently and see life through more than one lens, which I saw as something special.   874 more words

The Collective Blog

What causes interstate hostility?

Alexander Hamilton continues on the past subject- war between states- and enumerates some common causes for this issue:

  • Territorial dispute- there have been plentiful examples of the dissent territory can cause.
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