The second episode was even better than the first, as we talked more broadly about the importance, wonder and learning of history. https://anchor.fm/15minutehistory/episodes/Two-Revolutions-and-the-Constitution-Part-Two–Special-Interview-with-James-Phillips-e1lbqe0/a-a88vm9s
So exciting to discuss with Jon Streeter and Joe Parker, of the 15-Minute Hitory Podcast, aspects of the history that produced Americans’ perception of their constitution before the American Revolution (as well as other topics)!!! hhtps//:anchor.fm/15minutehistory/episodes/Two-Revolutions-and-the-Constitution-Part-One–Special-Interview-with-James-Phillips-e1l322v
https://www.nysun.com/article/its-dangerous-for-january-6th-hearings-to-portray-our-republic-as-a-faberge-egg Dean Karayanis quoted some comments that I made at my book launch: James Philips, author of Two Revolutions and the Constitution, found over 4 million Google search results for the phrase “Trump coup,” questioned that elevation of the unorganized “rabble.” “Let’s assume,” he said, “that President Trump was so narcissistic and so indifferent to the …
So excited to have my book launched, and to have a panel discussion, at the wonderful Centre for Independent Studies!
Thanks to Nick Shepley for a wonderful discussion about the origins of the American Constitution, as explained in my book.
Thrilled to have been interviewed by the wonderful Llewelyn King and Linda Gasparello on their program White House Chronicles, distributed on many PBS channels and other platforms, about the origins and importance of the US Constitution, and constitutions generally.
Two videos about: how Americans’ political rights developed before the American Revolution; and why Jefferson said that Americans had their own constitution, when they still lived in British colonies.
I was thrilled with this podcast. We really got into the building blocks of the American Revolution and Constitution: how the Constitution secured the gains of the Revolution, and why it succeeded:
I am so excited to have been interviewed by Brady Crytzer about the origins of the political culture of Revolutionary America, and how we came to have representative government chosen by the people. This is the story told in my book: https://jardispatches.podbean.com/e/e129-james-dr-philips-two-revolutions-and-the-constitution/