Epilogue / by Helena Swanson-Nystrom

We end our series by touching on why we started the project and with one final interview: a conversation with Noah Feldman, professor of law at Harvard Law School, on the history of the American social contract and why it’s a powerful tool to organize around.

  • Noah Feldman, The Three Lives of James Madison: Genius, Partisan, President (Random House 2017).
  • Mark Hulliung, The Social Contract in America: From the Revolution to the Present Age (Univ. Press of Kan. 2007).

This episode was produced by Mareva Lindo.

Thanks to Doctor Turtle for the music:
"Lullaby for Democracy" (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Doctor_Turtle/The_Double-Down_Two-Step/lullaby_for_democracy)
"Go Tell It On the Molehill" (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Doctor_Turtle/Flush_Your_Rolex_1416/go_tell_it_on_the_molehill_2)

Sound effects downloaded from freesound: https://freesound.org/