A Constitution for the Living
Author Beau Breslin talked about what the Constitution might look like it if were rewritten by every American generation. He also explored which Founding Fathers encouraged frequent revisions and others who thought the Constitution should remain untouched. This virtual program was hosted by James Madison’s Montpelier in Virginia. close
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