Journalist Robert Strauss, author of Worst. President. Ever., explores the presidency of James Buchanan and explains how historians rank presidents over time. Michael Gerhardt, scholar-in-residence at the National Constitution Center, moderates. (November 28, 2016)

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Menachem Lorberbaum of Tel Aviv University, Michael Moreland of Villanova’s Charles Widger School of Law, and Suzanne Last Stone of the Cardozo School of Law discuss the relationship of the Constitution to Judaism and Christianity. Michael Gerhardt, scholar-in-residence at the National Constitution Center, moderates. (November 21, 2016)

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PEN America executive director Suzanne Nossel, First Amendment expert Floyd Abrams, University of Missouri student activist Storm Ervin, civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson, and University of Chicago scholar Geoffrey Stone discuss the future of free expression at U.S. universities. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates. This program was presented in partnership with PEN America. (November 17, 2016)

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Michael Klarman of Harvard Law School and Patrick Spero of the American Philosophical Society reexamine the debates that defined America’s founding. Tom Donnelly, senior fellow in constitutional studies at the National Constitution Center, moderates. (November 14, 2016)

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Dylan Byers of CNN, David Folkenflik of NPR, Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the University of Pennsylvania, and Bryan Monroe of Temple University discuss the performance of the media in the 2016 election. Todd Brewster, visiting professor at Temple, moderates. This program was presented in partnership with Temple University. (November 9, 2016)

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In the final part of a three-part program on the Declaration of Independence, Gordon Wood of Brown University delivers a plenary lecture on the significance of the Declaration. Michael Andrews, executive officer and vice president of the Jack Miller Center, introduces the lecture. This program was presented in partnership with the Jack Miller Center. (November 3, 2016)

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In the second part of a three-part program on the Declaration of Independence, John Zumbrunnen of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Evan Oxman of Lake Forest College, and our own Jeffrey Rosen discuss how teachers can bring the Constitution into the classroom. Thomas Kelly, director of civic education outreach at the Jack Miller Center, moderates. This program was presented in partnership with the Jack Miller Center. (November 3, 2016)

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In the first part of a three-part program on the Declaration of Independence, Michael Zuckert of the University of Notre Dame, Gordon Wood of Brown University, and Eliga Gould of the University of New Hampshire explore the meaning of the Declaration's famous words, "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." Randal Hendrickson, director of faculty development at the Jack Miller Center, moderates. This program was presented in partnership with the Jack Miller Center. (November 3, 2016)

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Today, Robert Barnes of the Washington Post, Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal, and Lincoln Caplan of Yale Law School examine the state of a 4-4 Supreme Court in transition and look forward to the differences between a Clinton Court and a Trump Court. Tom Donnelly, senior fellow in constitutional studies at the National Constitution Center, moderates. (October 26, 2016)

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David Barron, a federal judge on the First Circuit Court of Appeals, traces the ongoing struggle between America’s presidents and Congress over who has the power to declare and wage war. Ted Ruger, dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, moderates. (October 17, 2016)

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