When the Committee of Detail reported its recommended constitution to the Philadelphia Convention on August 6, 1787, many of the delegates were “amazed” at the “radical departure” from the Articles of Confederation.

War history is really the impersonal summation of the individual stories of every participant or victim. With the WWII generation dying off, it is important to compile those stories.

The term of office and method of election of president changed drastically at the Convention of 1787.

Fifty years after "Peter and the Commissar" parodied central planning under the Soviet Union, would the themes still be laughable?

John Adams signed the Sedition Act 216 years ago this week. Have we learned nothing from that egregious violation of the Constitution?