David Benner, the author of “Compact of the Republic: The League of States and the Constitution” joins us to discuss his critically important book. During this era under-education and misinformation, every American Patriot needs to read and understand the material Benner has assembled.
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(Originally Aired 03/17/2016)
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The genesis of the United States Constitution was built upon centuries of tyranny inflicted by treacherous kings and highly centralized government. In many cases, this authority had to be challenged directly in order for liberty to thrive. As a result, the Constitution was born from a laborious and exhaustive understanding of the British experience that the founders lived under and observed.
In Compact of the Republic, David Benner aims to prove that the Constitution did not impose a nationalist, powerful central government, and was not ratified by “one people.” Instead, the Constitution was a multi-party compact set up by the states, where the states were the masters of their own creation.
The states built the federal government, and did not intend for their creation to rule over them. Compact of the Republic promises to become the standard argument for the compact view of the union, and throws a wrench into the wheel of contemporary legal thought.