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  • The Girl in the Picture Remembering Vietnam
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    The Girl in the Picture, Remembering Vietnam

    Author Mark Bowden and jazz composer Hannibal Lokumbe joined United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Kim Phuc at the National Constitution Center to discuss the legacy of the Vietnam War in an event titled, “The…

    196 views
  • emConversations with RBGem
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    Conversations with RBG

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke with National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen. Mr. Rosen is also the author of Conversations with RBG: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on…

    352 views
  • emThey Dont Represent Usem
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    They Don't Represent Us

    Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig talked about his book, They Don’t Represent Us: Reclaiming Our Democracy, in which provided his thoughts on how to return the power of government to the…

    739 views
  • Human Side of Judging
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    Human Side of Judging

    Current and former federal and state judges including Charles Breyer, the brother of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, discussed the human side of judging. Other participants included…

    366 views
  • Former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Receives Liberty Award
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    Former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Receives Liberty Award

    Former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy received the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Former law clerk and current Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch…

    240 views
  • Washington Journal Jeffrey Rosen Discusses Impeachment and the US Constitution
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    Jeffrey Rosen on Impeachment and the U.S. Constitution

    Jeffrey Rosen talked about the impeachment process and the U.S. Constitution.

    1,447 views
  • Working with Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day OConnor
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    Working with Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

    The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute hosted six former law clerks who worked with Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. This was part of an all-day conference commemorating the…

    133 views
  • Supreme Court Clerkships Clerkships and the Constitution
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    Supreme Court Clerkships: Clerkships and the Constitution

    The George Washington University Law Review and the National Constitution Center co-hosted a symposium on 100 years of Supreme Court clerkships. This portion of the event featured two U.S.…

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  • Supreme Court Clerkships Life After Clerking
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    Supreme Court Clerkships: Life After Clerking

    The George Washington University Law Review and the National Constitution Center co-hosted a symposium on 100 years of Supreme Court clerkships. This portion of the event featured former…

    689 views
  • Supreme Court Clerkships Experiences
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    Supreme Court Clerkships: Experiences

    The George Washington University Law Review and the National Constitution Center co-hosted a symposium on 100 years of Supreme Court clerkships. This portion of the event featured former…

    161 views
  • Jeffrey Rosen on emNixon v United Statesem Opinion
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    Jeffrey Rosen on Nixon v. United States Opinion

    Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, spoke to C-SPAN about a 1992 Supreme Court case, Nixon v. United States, and how it could come into play as House…

    38 views
  • Washington Journal Jeffrey Rosen Discusses National Constitution Day
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    Jeffrey Rosen on National Constitution Day

    Jeffrey Rosen spoke by phone about National Constitution Day and the history of amending the U.S. Constitution.

    190 views
  • Women Suffragists and Abolitionists
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    Women Suffragists and Abolitionists

    Historians Thavolia Glymph, Catherine Clinton, and Kate Masur discussed the impact of women suffragists and abolitionists during the Civil War and Reconstruction eras. The National Constitution…

    336 views
  • Constitutions and the Rule of Law
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    Constitutions and the Rule of Law

    Chief Judge Roger Gregory of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, National Constitution Center President Jeffrey Rosen, and University of Virginia Law Professor A.E. Dick Howard talked…

    349 views
  • Jeffrey Rosen Michael Gerhardt and Robert Strauss Discuss emThe Presidentsem
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    The Presidents

    Historians and contributors to C-SPAN’s “The Presidents” book discussed the strengths and weaknesses of all the U.S.'s previous chief executives.

    696 views
  • Reconstruction and Jim Crow Laws
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    Reconstruction and Jim Crow Laws

    Historian Henry Louis Gates talked about Reconstruction, which lasted from the end of the Civil War until 1877, the amendments passed during this time to promote equality for African…

    560 views
  • After Words With Justice John Paul Stevens
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    After Words With Justice John Paul Stevens

    Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens talked about his book, Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution, in which he recommends six ways he believes the…

    1,873 views
  • Washington Journal Jeffrey Rosen Discusses the Constitutional Battle Between Congress  the White House
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    Jeffrey Rosen on the Constitutional Battle Between Congress and the White House

    Jeffrey Rosen talked about the constitutional battle between Congress and the White House over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential…

    1,123 views
  • Washington Journal Jeffrey Rosen Discusses the Constitution and Separation of Powers
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    Jeffrey Rosen on the Constitution and Separation of Powers

    Jeffrey Rosen spoke by phone about the Founding Fathers' intent when establishing the three co-equal branches of government.

    272 views
  • View From the States Virginia  the Equal Rights Amendment
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    View From the States: Virginia & the Equal Rights Amendment

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    Virginia’s Senate and House of Delegates debated the ERA, a proposed Constitutional Amendment with a extended the ratification deadline to June 30, 1982. Jeffrey Rosen talked about possible…

    72 views
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