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  • Cato Institute Discussion on Free Speech and the First Amendment
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    Cato Institute Discussion on Free Speech and the First Amendment

    Law professors and scholars discussed free speech and First Amendment cases before the Supreme Court during Chief Justice John Roberts' 15 years on the high Court. Two of the panelists, Ron Collins and David…

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  • Blanche Wiesen Cook on Eleanor Roosevelt
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    Blanche Wiesen Cook on Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor Roosevelt biographer Blanche Wiesen Cook talked with Paul Sparrow, director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York. Ms. Cook has written…

    424 views
  • Justice Department Wont Be Extorted Over Articles of Impeachment Says Rosenstein
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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Rule of Law

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein talked about the rule of law. May 1 is celebrated by the American legal community as a day to to honor the principle of rule of law. Toward the end of…

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  • Panel Discussion on Money and Politics
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    Panel Discussion on Money and Politics

    Authors Jamin Raskin and Ronald Collins participated in a panel discussion on money and politics. Jamin Raskin is the author of Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court versus The American…

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  • emWhen Money Speaksem
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    When Money Speaks

    Ronald K. L. Collins talked about his book, When Money Speaks: The McCutcheon Decision, Campaign Finance Laws, and the First Amendment, in which he looks at the Supreme Court’s ruling in…

    408 views
  • emWe Must Not Be Afraid to Be Freeem
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    We Must Not Be Afraid to Be Free

    Ronald Collins and Sam Chaltain talked about their book,We Must Not Be Afraid to Be Free: Stories of Free Expression in America (Oxford University Press, USA; 2011), which looks at the people and court…

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  • Womens Participation at the Supreme Court
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    Women's Participation at the Supreme Court

    Panelists talked about the history of women lawyers, the challenges women face in the legal profession, and the role women lawyers have played in oral arguments before the Supreme Court. The panel, which included…

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  • emMarbury v Madisonem and Judicial Review
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    Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review

    U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens moderated a discussion on the crucial 1803 case of Marbury v. Madison that established a judicial right to review whether legislation…

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  • emTop Secret When Our Government Keeps Us in the Darkem
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    Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps Us in the Dark

    The author and a panel of constitutional scholars discussed the legal questions brought up in Geoffrey Stone’s new book, Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps Us in the Dark. Discussion centered…

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  • Survival of Book Culture
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    Survival of Book Culture

    Shelby Coffey moderated a discussion with Marie Arana, Robert Weil, and Deidre Donahue on the current state of the publishing industry and the future of books. Topics included the Amazon Kindle, the…

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  • Covering the US Supreme Court
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    Covering the U.S. Supreme Court

    Former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse talked about her career with retired Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. Walter Dellinger made introductory remarks, and Ronald Collins moderated.…

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  • After Words with Anthony Lewis
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    After Words with Anthony Lewis

    Anthony Lewis talked about his book Freedom for the Thought That We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment, published by Basic Books. In his book he recounts the different interpretations of the…

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  • emThe Trials of Lenny Bruceem
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    The Trials of Lenny Bruce

    Ronald Collins, co-author of The Trials of Lenny Bruce, talked about the free speech trials of comedian Lenny Bruce, including the successful effort to earn Bruce the first posthumous…

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  • Citizen Journalists
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    Citizen Journalists

    Panelists discussed the ways new technologies such as cell phones, digital cameras, and camcorders are allowing ordinary citizens to capture events, are affecting the gathering and reporting of news,…

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  • Freedom to Petition and Freedom to Assemble
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    Freedom to Petition and Freedom to Assemble

    A panel discussion was held on First Amendment rights and their impact on the civil rights movement. Participants discussed exercising the rights of petition, speech and assembly, and civil…

    416 views