American History 34 - The Interpretation of History I

Part 36 of a 59 part series.
Organization: Chalcedon
Price: $3.00

Dr. R.J. Rushdoony's American History to 1865 is an insightful series. First released in 1974 it utilizes the observations of De Tocqueville's classic, Democracy in America. It covers areas such as:

Motives of Discovery and Exploration
Mercantilism, Feudalism, Monarchy
The Fairfax Resolves, The Declaration of Independence, and Articles of Confederation
A Biographical Sketch of George Washington
The U.S. Constitution
Voluntary Associations and the Tithe
The War for American Independence
De Tocqueville on Race Relations
The Voluntary Church
The Jefferson Administration
The Monroe and Polk Doctrines
Chief Justice John Marshall
Andrew Jackson and Monetary Policy
The Mexican War of 1846
The Coming of the Civil War

R.J. Rushdoony Rousas John Rushdoony (1916-2001) founder, long-time President and Chairman of the Board of the Chalcedon Foundation, was born in New York City of Armenian immigrants to the United States and preserved a family legacy of Christian ministers going back to the fourth century. A graduate of the University of California (Berkeley) and the Pacific School of Religion, he was an ordained Presbyterian minister.... read more