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In Constitutionally Speaking, Jay Cost and Luke Thompson make the case that all Americans should study the Constitution. They both think that for citizens to get the most out of their government, it is important for them to understand how the Constitution works. And their hope is that this podcast can serve as a nonpartisan (and fun!) source of information for people of all political persuasions.

Note: The most recent ten episodes of this podcast are available on this feed. Full archives are available to NRPLUS subscribers at NationalReview.com.

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    • 4.9, 425 Ratings

In Constitutionally Speaking, Jay Cost and Luke Thompson make the case that all Americans should study the Constitution. They both think that for citizens to get the most out of their government, it is important for them to understand how the Constitution works. And their hope is that this podcast can serve as a nonpartisan (and fun!) source of information for people of all political persuasions.

Note: The most recent ten episodes of this podcast are available on this feed. Full archives are available to NRPLUS subscribers at NationalReview.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
425 Ratings

425 Ratings

trixdean ,

Nerdy AND entertaining

I started listening to this podcast a few months back starting with Ep 1 and moving forward. I thought I knew consitutional history, but Jay and Luke add so much backstory. Both must do a ton of research in preparation for these to make them accurate and also entertaining (which is saying a lot when 5 episodes are spent on just the ratification process!). I also appreciate that they keep today's politics out of it. If i could give it more stars, I would.

Moose4444 ,

Revised

The show is entertaining, educational and enjoyable. Unfortunately the hosts have either discontinued the venture or have gone on hiatus without any notice about when the series will resume.

a.kid^ ,

This is a college course

I binge-listened to this from the start over the summer and learned a ton. Thanks Jay and Luke!

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