- Audio CD
- Publisher: Chalcedon (2008)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0017LFN76
- Package Dimensions: 11.7 x 10.9 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,828,337 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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American History to 1865 Audio CD – 2008
These lectures are the most theologically complete assessment of early American history available, yet retain a clarity and vividness of expression that make them ideal for students. R.J. Rushdoony reveals a foundation of American History of philosophical and theological substance. He describes not just the facts of history, but the leading motives and movements in terms of the thinking of the day. This series extends through 1865, the year that marked the beginning of the secular attempts to rewrite history. There can be no understanding of American History without an understanding of the ideas which undergirded its founding and growth.
37 CD's, Teacher’s Guide and Student’s Guide in a 3-ring album (which include a bonus lecture CD and Transcripts)
Subjects include: Motives of Discovery and Exploration I; Mercantilism; Feudalism, Monarchy, the Colonies, and the Fairfax Resolves; The Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation; George Washington; The U.S. Constitution; De Tocqueville on Inheritance and Society; Voluntary Associations and the Tithe; Eschatology and History; Postmillennialism and the War of Independence; The Tyranny of the Majority; De Tocqueville on Race Relations in America; The Federalist Administrations; The Voluntary Church; The Jefferson Administration, the Tripolitan War, and the War of 1812; The Voluntary Church on the Frontier; Religious Voluntarism; The Monroe Doctrine and the Polk Doctrine; Voluntarism and Social Reform; Voluntarism and Politics; Chief Justice John Marshall: Problems of Political Voluntarism; Andrew Jackson's Monetary Policy; The Mexican War of 1846/Calhoun's Disquisition; De Tocqueville on Democratic Culture; De Tocqueville on Individualism; Manifest Destiny; The Coming of the Civil War; De Tocqueville on the Family/Aristocratic vs. Individualistic Cultures; De Tocqueville on Democracy and Power; The Interpretation of History; The America Indian-bonus lecture