Establishment of the Legislative Branch
The program “Article I: The Establishment of the Legislative Branch” was held in the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building by the U.S. Capitol Historical Society to commemorate Constitution Day.
Linda Monk and Mickey Edwards talked about the origins of the legislative branch and the roles and responsibilities of Congress. James Thurber moderated. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
The program “Article I: The Establishment of the Legislative Branch” was held in the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building by the U.S. Capitol Historical Society to commemorate Constitution Day. close
People in this video
Mickey Edwards Director Aspen Institute->Rodel Fellowships in Public Leadership
Linda R. Monk Member U.S. Capitol Historical Society->Board of Trustees
James A. Thurber Founder and Director American University->Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies
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