Establishing Justice

Justice is the foundation of civil, commercial, and individual relationships. Where there is injustice, there is enmity as well as moral and financial costs. Justice improves with the progress of the human mind. Thomas Jefferson wanted future Americans to correct the barbarous practices of his day. The concept of justice should make Americans proud and their practice of it make them an example to the world.

Listen to the audio clip below to catch the seventh installment (lesson 7) of the series “Through the Constitution“ with Daniel Sheridan.  For more posts on the U.S. Constitution, please visit the “Know the Constitution” category at MadisonLiberty.org.