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Secure YOUR place in our new free online course, “The Real American Founding: A Conversation,” by pre-registering now. You only have until October 10 at midnight.

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“Hillsdale College’s online offerings have deepened my education and enriched my life.”
– Fred D.

“There aren’t enough words to explain. I started with ‘The Federalist Papers’ with a vague interest; now it seems there aren’t enough classes. . . . These classes have truly changed and matured my life.”
– Danny G.

“Extraordinary in their simplicity and so fulfilling in their content. Thank you for creating this avenue to knowledge.”
– John C.

What Students Say

The truth about the American Founding and the type of government our Founders established is largely forgotten today.

For many, the Founders are branded as hypocrites and ignored as relics of a bygone era. Others celebrate the Founders for their support of equality, liberty, and rights without understanding what the Founders meant by these words or the practical steps necessary to secure a free government.

These caricatured views offer not only a boring and lifeless account of the great accomplishments of the American Founding but also rob us of the political guidance of our Founders.

That’s why we are releasing our next free online course, “The Real American Founding: A Conversation.”

In this course, professor of politics Thomas G. West, author of The Political Theory of the American Founding, joins his colleague and former student, assistant professor of politics David Azerrad, for a series of conversations that uncover the true meaning and purpose of the American Founding.

As David Azerrad says, this is not your typical sanitized conversation about the American Founding. Instead, this course examines the hard choices the Founders had to make in order to secure republican government in America and it explores what the Founders did in regards to foreign policy, the family, immigration, race, property rights, and much more. 

The result is a fascinating—and sometimes surprising—account of how the Founders addressed the primary political problems of their age and how it compares to our views today.

You can begin your new free online course, “The Real American Founding: A Conversation,” on October 11. But to secure your place, please complete the form below. You’ll receive advance notice about the course launch, and special offers only available for those who pre-register.

Be one of the first students in our newest free online course, “The Real American Founding: A Conversation.”

Secure YOUR place in our new free online course, “The Real American Founding: A Conversation,” by pre-registering now. You only have until October 10 at midnight.

Secure your place—pre-register now! This is a limited-time offer, with only 20,000 spots available.

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