The Origins of the Federalist Papers

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Former Army Ranger and American historian Ben Martin and Kim talk about the origins of the Federalist Papers.

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Ben Martin returns to discuss the origins of the Federalist Papers

Former Army Ranger and historian Ben Martin keeps his promise to listeners and Kim and returns to the show to continue the discussion of the Federalist Papers. In today’s show, Martin focuses on the origins of the Federalist Papers and explains the timeless political wisdom contained in its pages.

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