Liberty Library

This is a resource that anyone concerned with Liberty should be able to utilize.

Liberty Library

Liberty Letters and The Center for Moral Liberalism’s goal is to pull together the premier liberty library on the internet, some of it eventually housed in Liberty Letters, the rest elsewhere, but all of it organized for your easy access right here on this page. Browse, bookmark, and spread the word to family, friends, and neighbors!

The Library

1. The Founders’ Constitution: Online library a joint project of Liberty Fund, Inc (who produced this five volume wonder, and the University of Chicago.

2. Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics: A project of Jon Roland’s Constitution Society. Filled with original full text source documents dating back to the 4th Century BC., all the way up through the founding era.

3. Political Sermons of the American Founding Era: 1730-1805, Foreword by Ellis Sandoz, from Liberty Fund. Vital, inspirational read for those who wish to witness for themselves the powerful influence of Judeo-Christian thought on inspiring and sustaining the American Revolution and the marvelous American Constitution that followed. These are actual sermons, in the original, given by religious ministers of the day.


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