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Former appellate judge and George Mason University Law Professor Douglas Ginsburg examined the Constitution through the eyes of judges,… read more
Former appellate judge and George Mason University Law Professor Douglas Ginsburg examined the Constitution through the eyes of judges, legal scholars, and historians. This was a virtual event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. close
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Douglas H. Ginsburg Chief Judge (Former) U.S. Court of Appeals->District of Columbia Circuit
Anthony "Tony" Pennay Chief Learning Officer Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library
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