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  • emInvisibleem
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    Invisible

    Yale University law professor Stephen Carter recalled the life of his grandmother, Eunice Hunton Carter, an attorney who was a member of legal teams in the 1930s and '40s responsible for…

    1,152 views
  • Stephen Carter Remarks at Key West Literary Seminar
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    Stephen Carter Remarks at Key West Literary Seminar

    Professor Stephen Carter spoke at the 35th annual Key West Literary Seminar.

    946 views
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail Reflection
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    Letter from Birmingham Jail Reflection

    Panelists talked about the historical, cultural, theological, literary and political significance Martin Luther King Jr.'s “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” as well as how far we have come as…

    814 views
  • Symposium for Dallas
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    Symposium for Dallas

    Historians, authors, journalists and religious leaders talked about how Dallas has been affected by President Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963, and what the city has done to move on over…

    424 views
  • emThe Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln A Novelem
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    The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln: A Novel

    Stephen Carter talked about his novel, The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln. He talked about how the book arose out of speculations about what could have happened if President Lincoln had…

    277 views
  • emGods Name in Vain Religion in Politicsem
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    God's Name in Vain: Religion in Politics

    Stephen Carter talked the role of religion in cultural politics through an examination of various movements, such as the Abolitionist Movement and the Christian Coalition. Following his remarks…

    108 views
  • National Book Festival Gala
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    National Book Festival Gala

    Mrs. Bush and several authors spoke at the opening gala for the National Book Festival. They talked about literature, reading and their experiences as authors.

    226 views
  • Book and Author Breakfast
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    Book and Author Breakfast

    Queen Noor, Mr. Price, and Mr. Carter talk about their forthcoming books. Queen Noor, widow of King Hussein of Jordan, discussed Leap of Faith, a memoir recounting her life with the king…

    54 views
  • emThe Emperor of Ocean Parkem
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    The Emperor of Ocean Park

    Mr. Carter talked about his novel The Emperor of Ocean Park, published by Knopf. This is the first novel from the author of seven non-fiction books. The story focuses on the death of the…

    201 views
  • emCivilityem
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    Civility

    Mr. Carter spoke on his book Civility: Manners, Morals, and the Etiquette of Democracy. He focused on polite behavior in personal and political life.

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  • Public Displays of Religion
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    Public Displays of Religion

    Professor Carter, author of the recent book, The Culture of Disbelief: How American Law and Politics Trivialize Religious Devotion, spoke about the debate over the concept of the separation…

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  • Campaign 1996
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    Campaign 1996

    Persons with new political books participated in a panel discussion entitled, “Campaign '96: The Candidates, the Conflicts, the Constitution.” They discussed the personalities and issues of the…

    60 views
  • Washington Friday Journal
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    Washington Friday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and electronic…

    72 views
  • Historical Perspective on the Bill of Rights
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    Historical Perspective on the Bill of Rights

    The Judicial Conference of the U.S. and the Committee on the Bicentennial of the Constitution sponsored a forum on the Bill of Rights, focusing on contrasting the perspectives of the…

    161 views
  • emReflections of an Affirmative Action Babyem
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    Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby

    Mr. Carter attended Stanford University and Yale University Law School. He discussed the problem of whites opposed to affirmative action being labelled racist, and blacks opposed to affirmative action being seen…

    468 views
  • Courts Role in Separation of Powers Disputes
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    Courts' Role in Separation of Powers Disputes

    Solicitor General Starr moderated the panel discussion. Starr gave a brief review of the judicial role in separation of powers disputes. Professor Carter focused on disputes between the courts and…

    96 views
  • Interest Groups in the Appointment Process
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    Interest Groups in the Appointment Process

    The panel is from the Supreme Court Appointments Conference.

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