The Road from Runnymede
A.E. Dick Howard talked about his book The Road from Runnymede: Magna Carta and Constitutionalism in America, in which he recalls the creation of the Magna Carta, and the impact of the 800-year old document on modern democracy. He spoke at the second annual Bill of Rights Day Book Festival at the National Constitution Center. close
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A.E. Dick Howard Professor University of Virginia->School of Law
Jeffrey Rosen President and CEO National Constitution Center
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