Conceived in Liberty, 4 Volumes

3. The Ohio Lands: The Proclamation Line of 1763

Pages 24-26 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 1 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume III : "The British Army and the Western Lands."

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3. The Virginia Company

February 8, 2008
From Part 2 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume I : "The Southern Colonies in the Seventeenth Century." Pages 53-64 in the text, asnarrated by Floy Lilley.

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30. Economics Begins to Dissolve the Theocracy: Disintegration of the Fur Monopoly

Pages 251-253 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 3 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume I : "The Founding of New England."

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30. The Drive Toward Independence

May 18, 2010
Pages 150-160 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 4 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume IV : "America Declares independence."

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30. The Growth of Deism

February 26, 2009
Pages 170-173 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 2 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume II : "Intercolonial Developments."

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30. The Stamp Act Congress

May 28, 2009
Pages 127-129 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 4 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume III : "Edge of Revolution: The Stamp Act Crisis."

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31. Economics Begins to Dissolve the Theocracy: The Failure of Wage and Price Controls

Pages 254-259 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 3 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume I : "The Founding of New England."

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31. Ignoring the Stamp Act

June 19, 2009
Pages 130-137 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 4 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume III : "Edge of Revolution: The Stamp Act Crisis."

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31. The Quakers and the Abolition of Slavery

April 30, 2009
Pages 174-180 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 2 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume II : "Intercolonial Developments."

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31. The Struggle in Pennsylvania and Delaware

May 18, 2010
Pages 161-169 in the text, as narrated by Floy Lilley. From Part 4 of Conceived in Liberty, Volume IV : "America Declares independence."

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