Walter Berns

Walter Berns

Walter Berns is an American constitutional law and political philosophy professor. He is currently a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a professor emeritus at Georgetown University. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Walter Berns has 23 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1987 Interview as a Scholar. The year with the most videos was 1992 with four videos as a Professor for the Georgetown University. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2012 with an average of 782 views per program. Most appearances with Robert Goldwin (4), Norman J. Ornstein (3), Brian Lamb (2). Most common tags: Electoral College, Constitution, Culture.

Appearances by Title:c. December 21, 2005 - Present President, American Enterprise Institute Videos: 2 c. October 31, 2000 - Present Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Videos: 11

Previously

Professor, Georgetown University c. December 1, 1987 - c. January 1, 2000 Videos: 9

Recent Appearances

  • Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address

    Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address

    Two scholars at the American Enterprise Institute discussed Steven Spielberg’s film “Lincoln.” They also talked about the former…

  • <em>The Ugly Americans</em>

    The Ugly Americans

    Martha Bayles talked about her book, The Ugly Americans: How Not to Lose the Global Culture War, soon to be published by Yale…

  • Electoral Vote Explanation

    Electoral Vote Explanation

    Mr. Berns explained the Electoral College vote and how the results from each state will be opened, certified, and counted…

  • Electoral Vote Explanation

    Electoral Vote Explanation

    Mr. Berns continued his explanation of the Electoral College vote and talked about the objection to the Ohio vote. Mr. Berns…

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