Justice with Regard to American Citizens

Worthless paper money and unjust state laws together created animosity, a decline in the work ethic, and tarnished the reputation of republican government. The first principles of justice, in relation to contracts, was being violated without blushing.

The founders believed a more perfect union would establish justice by honoring debts, removing animosities between citizens, states, and foreign nations, and, as a result, putting us on high moral ground individually and publicly.

Listen to the audio clip below to catch the ninth installment (lesson 9) 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.