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Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman were two of the most famous — and some might say infamous — generals of the American Civil War. Two historians gather to discuss the lives, careers, and complicated legacies of Grant and Sherman.
America’s written Constitution proclaims itself “the supreme Law of the Land,” but it only begins to map out the basic ground rules governing modern America. “Bill of Rights” and the phrases “separation of powers,” “checks and balances” and “the rule of law” are absent, yet these concepts are all part of America’s working constitutional system—part of America’s unwritten Constitution.