We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution, Level 3
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Lesson 2 Media

60-Second Civics, Episode 80: Influence of the Roman Republic    [ audio ]
The influence of the Roman Republic.

60-Second Civics, Episode 81: The Roman Republic As Example and Warning    [ audio ]
How the history of the Roman Republic was both an example and a warning to America's founding generation.

60-Second Civics, Episode 82: Classical Republicanism and the Common Good    [ audio ]
A discussion of the devotion of citizens to the common good as a central feature classical republicanism.

60-Second Civics, Episode 84: Citizenship and Civic Virtue in Classical Republi    [ audio ]
Citizenship and civic virtue in classical republicanism.

60-Second Civics, Episode 88: Divine Right    [ audio ]
Discussion of the role of philosophy in government and examination of the divine right of kings.

60-Second Civics, Episode 89: Natural Rights Philosophy    [ audio ]
Continued discussion of the role of philosophy in the study of government.

60-Second Civics, Episode 90: Natural Rights Philosophy: Influence on Founders    [ audio ]
The values from natural rights philosophy that influenced the founding generation.

60-Second Civics, Episode 91: Natural Rights Philosophy: Thomas Hobbes    [ audio ]
The philosophy of Thomas Hobbes.

60-Second Civics, Episode 92: Natural Rights Philosophy: John Locke    [ audio ]
The philosophy of John Locke.

60-Second Civics, Episode 93: Natural Rights Philosophy: Individual Rights    [ audio ]
Individual rights as an aspect of natural rights philosophy.

60-Second Civics, Episode 94: Natural Rights Philosophy: Popular Sovereignty an    [ audio ]
Popular sovereignty and government by consent as aspects of natural rights philosophy.

60-Second Civics, Episode 95: Natural Rights Philosophy: Limited Government    [ audio ]
A discussion of limited government as an aspect of natural rights philosophy.

60-Second Civics, Episode 96: Natural Rights Philosophy: Human Equality    [ audio ]
An examination of human equality as an aspect of natural rights philosophy.

60-Second Civics, Episode 83: Small Communities in Classical Republicanism    [ audio ]
An examination of small, uniform communities as an influential aspect of classical republicanism.

60-Second Civics, Episode 85: Cincinnatus and Washington as Examples of Civic Vi    [ audio ]
Cincinnatus and Washington as examples of civic virtue.

60-Second Civics, Episode 86: Moral Education, Part 1    [ audio ]
Moral education as an aspect of classical republicanism.

60-Second Civics, Episode 87: Moral Education, Part 2    [ audio ]
How moral education was taught in colonial America.

Leviathan    [ audio ]
The reading of Leviathan, or The Matter, Form, and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiastical and Civil, Book I and II. From Librivox.

Hobbes: Leviathan    [ audio ]
Nigel Warburton outlines Thomas Hobbes' central arguments from Leviathan in his reading of a selection from his book Philosophy: The Classics. From Learn Out Loud.

The Declaration of Independence    [ audio ]
A reading of the Declaration of Independence. From Learn Out Loud. Size: 2.2 mb.

The life of George Washington    [ video ]
At Archiving Early America.

Lesson 2      What Ideas about Civic Life Informed the Founding Generation?
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