The Journey of 1000 Steps
The Convention is over, and the delegates disperse home. George Washington can hardly wait to get out of town and on his way back to Mt. Vernon. He is so anxious to leave, that it almost costs him his life.
The issue is now before the States to decide. Ratification and Union or reject the proposed Constitution and try to go it alone or in small groups.
As the process begins, the Congress of the United States takes up the debate first. Should they approve of the draft Constitution? Or has it gone too far?
Two opposing ideologies will coalesce around the debate. One Conservative and liberty minded. The other, radical and focused on a much different – and much bigger – goal. Can only one succeed and push the other into the pages of history?
Or is there yet still room for compromise?
Posted on October 1, 2015, in Constitution, Dave, Podcast, Ratification Debates and tagged Congress, Constitution, Constitution Thursday, George Washington, Ratification, Richard Henry Lee. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.