Ancient Greece

Constitution Sunday: Cato III

Cato III New York Journal, October 25, 1787 Following are excerpts from Cato III’s article in the New York Journal: “The governments of Europe have taken their limits and form from adventitious circumstances, and nothing can be argued on the motive


An Educated Society

Charles Willson Peale was an “artist, politician, scientist, tinker, and showman,” who was one of the leaders in enhancing civic society. Namely, he created a museum, which he said was to promote “the interests of religion and morality by the arrangement and display of the works of nature and art.” Lillian B. Miller, Patrons and Patriotism: […]