The U.S. Constitution
Professor George is the author of In Defense of Natural Law, published by Oxford University Press.
Robert George talked about the U.S. Constitution and its roots in natural law. He answered questions from the college students in the audience at the 29th annual National Conservative Student Conference held at George Washington University.
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Julie Fox Intern Young America's Foundation->Sarah T. Hermann Intern Scholars Program
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