Podcasts Give Me Liberty: The Making of American Exceptionalism

Episode 2: Religious Liberty Begins in Queens

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For years, individuals far and wide have traveled to the United States of America to escape religious persecution. A freedom that is uniquely American, religious freedom has come to be known as a cornerstone of liberty. Rick and Luke recall the story of how some thirty residents of a small settlement embodied the principle of religious liberty in the Flushing Remonstrance.

Editor’s note: While all 13 episodes of the Give Me Liberty podcast were released on November 6, 2019, only the first five episodes can be accessed by the general public (subsequent non-paywalled episodes will be rolled out at a pace of one per week, starting November 11, 2019). To access all 13 episodes right now, you will need to be a member of NRPLUS. Learn more about joining the NRPLUS community here.

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