Congress, the Courts and the Constitution
Senator Clinton talked about how the Supreme Court legitimized Congress' powers and scope concerning civil rights legislation in the 1960s.… read more
Senator Clinton talked about how the Supreme Court legitimized Congress' powers and scope concerning civil rights legislation in the 1960s. She said that in recent decades the decisions from a handful of cases before the Court has revised the balance of the Separation of Powers in government by declaring some of Congress' laws unconstitutional. The American Constitution Society is a group of students and lawyers who seek “to counter the narrow conservative vision that today dominates legal debate” in classrooms and courtrooms. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- David Fauvre President American Constitution Society for Law and Policy->Georgetown Univ. Chapter
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