Book cover of Power and Liberty: Constitutionalism in the American Revolution by Gordon Woodby Gordon Wood

New York Times bestseller and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gordon S. Wood elucidates the debates over the founding documents of the United States.

The half century extending from the imperial crisis between Britain and its colonies in the 1760s to the early decades of the new republic of the United States was the greatest and most creative era of constitutionalism in American history, and perhaps in the world. During these decades, Americans
explored and debated all aspects of politics and constitutionalism–the nature of power, liberty, representation, rights, the division of authority between different spheres of government, sovereignty, judicial authority, and written constitutions. The results of these issues produced institutions
that have lasted for over two centuries.

Interview with the Author

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140 Constitutionalism in the American Revolution with Gordon S. Wood
9/10/21         58 min


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A New Order of the Ages Indeed: A Conversation With Historian Gordon S. Wood About the U.S. Constitution and the American Revolution
10/6/21         50 min


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431 Gordon S. Wood: The constitution and other foundational legal and political documents
11/2/21           27 min


 

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