The Magna Carta turns 800

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Sometimes you don't know what you have in the beginning. In the case of a couple dozen men meeting in a swamp west of London, 800 years ago, what they had that day, June 15, 1215, changed the world -- eventually.

In this edition of the Buckley Report, see why Magna Carta is such a big deal 800 years after its signing and why it took half of that time to become so.

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