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    Conversation with Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates

    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates talked about the future of the U.S. military. Other topics included his legacy, the Mideast, the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,…

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    Future of Civility in Democracy

    Panelists talked about civility in political discourse and partisan debate over public policy. Among the topics they addressed were civility in political campaigns, how new media and…

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    2010 Liberty Medal Ceremony

    The National Constitution Center’s 2010 Liberty Medal Ceremony was awarded to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Former President Bill Clinton introduced…

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    Book Discussion on A Journey: My Political Life

    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair recounts his time in office. Mr. Blair recalls his election to the prime minister’s office in 1997, his many political decisions,…

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    Legacy of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

    A roundtable discussion was held on the legacy of Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, who had announced that he would be retiring from the U.S. Supreme Court in the summer of 2010. Topics…

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    U.S. Race Relations

    On the two-year anniversary of President Obama’s “A More Perfect Union” speech on race, panelists talked about the current state of racial relations in the U.S., and they…

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    The Constitution and Protracted Wars

    Yale Law School Professor Bruce Ackerman, former Army vice chief of staff General Jack Keane, and Brigadier General H. R. McMaster talked about maintaining a constitutional balance in a…

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    Aristocracy and the Founders

    Historian Gordon Wood talked about the Founding Fathers' attitudes and beliefs about aristocracy in America, where “titles of nobility” are prohibited by the Constitution, but…

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