Political philosopher Harvey Mansfield and NEH Chairman Bruce Cole discuss the power of princes and the origins of modern government.
2007 Jefferson Lecturer, Harvey Mansfield
Wit and insight are trademarks of Mansfield's scholarship and teaching style.
Excerpts from the writings of Harvey Mansfield.
From illegitimacy, Alexander Hamiliton rises to power, driven by ambition and his moral code
Margaret "Molly" Brown uses her name and wealth to reform conditions for the nation's working class.
Michigan's Jan Fedewa works to tell the state's stories.
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