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Political Parties - A Tale of Two Parties | 1
In the earliest days of the United States, there was no such thing as an organized political party. George Washington, elected twice to the presidency unanimously in the Electoral College, warned the new nation against political factions, writing that organized parties would become, â€œpotent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men subvert the power of the people.â€But immediately after Washington vacated the Presidency, factions did spring up and bitter personal rivalries began to shape the nation. The two first political partiesâ€“the Federalists and the Republicansâ€“had very different views of what America should become, and were led by very different men: Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Quip - If you go to GetQuip.com/Tellers you'll get your first refill pack free with your order of a Quip toothbrush.Sleep Number - Visit SleepNumber.com/Tellers to find a store near you.
Aired 3 years ago 21:22
Episode 4 : Federalism for the Future and Our Minds and the Media
Letâ€™s talk about Federalism, a little history and why it should return. I point out the failure of old school news and ponder if we are hard wired to respond to certain types of media. Just 20 minutes long.
Aired 5 months ago 33:32
He bought the law
John M. Olin isnâ€™t a household name, but his foundation helped create the Federalist Society, turned federal judges against environmental protection and unions, and bankrolled conservative polemicists like Dinesh Dâ€™Souza. How did one small foundation do so much to advance conservatism?Jane Mayerâ€™s history of the Olin FoundationMayerâ€™s full book Dark MoneyJames Piereson remembers his time as president of the Olin FoundationJohn Millerâ€™s sympathetic history of the Olin FoundationSteve Teles on the rise of the conservative legal movementAmanda Hollis-Bruskyâ€™s history of the Federalist SocietyAsh, Chen, and Naidu on the impact of the Manne seminarsThe time Tim Geithner called Dinesh Dâ€™Souza a dick