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I especially appreciate the historical context.
The authors note that restoration of the Constitution is really a non-partisan issue in that both left and right wings have abused their powers.
I get so angry/annoyed reading some of their decisions detailed in this book I have to put it down and go for a walk.
If you want a correct and factual interpretation of the US constitution, one as the founders intended, then you will read this book.Published 5 months ago by Matt Goodwin
I read this right after DiLorenzo's Hamilton's Curse, and they complement each other very well. I especially appreciate the historical context. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kyle Davenport
When it's too hot outside grab this book and it will make so hot you will run for the air conditioned indoors! Really one that will get you revved up!Published 18 months ago by J. A. Rose
In WHO KILLED THE CONSTITUTION, Woods and Gutzman give a riveting critique of the prevailing system in American politics (as of 2008 when the book was published). Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by S. Moss
A must read for every American Citizen. Tom Woods is the best for making history and political issues clear. I teach US History and this book is a great addition for my library. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by Liberty76
"Who Killed the Constitution?" is a good historical perspective on how the original constitution was undermined to the point of burial and an excellent overview of how Americans... Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by Steve Summers
After finishing this book I was quite amazed at the abuses of power that we have been exposed to. The author focused on just a few major constitutional "abuses" but it's absolutely... Read morePublished on September 25, 2010 by Robert Kirk
It was barely a chapter in when I started to think "Hmmm, this book could go one of two ways. It could consist of endless slippery slope arguments and the same strict originalist... Read morePublished on May 13, 2010 by J. Waisnor