The Federalist Papers with Ben Martin: June 2019

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It's Vino & Veritas week and that means Ben Martin is on the show to continue his discussion on The Federalist Papers.

Ben Martin is back to discuss The Federalist Papers during Vino & Veritas week

What’s the difference between all American universities and Vino & Veritas? At Vino & Veritas, over 200 people are studying The Federalist Papers. It’s Vino & Veritas week! Vino & Veritas Centennial was Monday night, Vino & Veritas Fort Collins is this evening and Vino & Veritas Castle Rock is Sunday. If you aren’t able to attend, then the next best option is to listen to former Army Ranger and historian Ben Martin explain The Federalist Papers. Martin picks up where he left off in May, which is the last section of the first part of The Federalist papers. If you missed his earlier shows, you can find them here. Enjoy!

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