Constitutional Structures, Limited Government, and Civic Virtue

From Torrey Honors Institute Lectures

Dr. Robert P. George of Princeton University speaks on the role of constitution and the public good in government. He carefully argues that the public good is best served by a limited government that enables the members of its society to take action for themselves. Dr. George relates these considerations to contemporary governmental issues and closes with a Q&A session.

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    12. Constitutional Structures, Limited Government, and Civic Virtue

    by Robert P. George

    103:26 — March 6, 2014

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