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Jul 27 2022:Oligarchies, Monopolies, and the Constitution
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Jul 20 2022:Abortion Law in the U.S. and Abroad After Roe
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Jul 13 2022:Restoring the Guardrails of Democracy
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Jun 22 2022:Juneteenth: Tracing the Origins and Significance
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Jun 7 2022:Social Media and Public Health: A Conversation Featuring State Attorneys General
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May 25 2022:The United Kingdom and the United States: A Constitutional Dialogue
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May 10 2022:Rights, Regulations, and the Modern Administrative State
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May 3 2022:Why the First Amendment Matters Today
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Apr 26 2022:America’s Early Justices and How They Shaped the Supreme Court
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Mar 15 2022:Elections, Speech, and Political Disinformation
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Mar 9 2022:Former Secretaries of Education on What Education Means for Democracy
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Mar 2 2022:Adams, Jefferson, and the Turbulent Election of 1800
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Feb 22 2022:Election Integrity and Voting Rights: Should We Rewrite the Rules?
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Feb 16 2022:The Rule of Law in America and Abroad
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Feb 8 2022:The First Amendment and the Censor’s Dilemma
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Feb 1 2022:Justice Breyer on Precedent, Pragmatism, and the Supreme Court (Rebroadcast)
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Jan 26 2022:India and America: A Constitutional Dialogue
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Dec 21 2021:The Meaning of Equality
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Dec 14 2021:Poetry and the Constitution
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Dec 8 2021:Lincoln’s Speeches and the Refounding of America
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Nov 30 2021:Does the Presidency Need Reform?
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Nov 24 2021:Native Americans and the Constitution
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Nov 17 2021:Black Women, Representation, and the Constitution
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Nov 10 2021:Akhil Amar on Understanding American Ideas
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Nov 4 2021:The Founders' and the People's Constitutions
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Oct 27 2021:Constitutionalism in the American Revolution
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Oct 20 2021:Patriotism and Dissent in America
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Oct 13 2021:Should Qualified Immunity for Police Officers Be Reformed?
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Oct 6 2021:Religious Exemptions From the Founding to Today
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Sep 28 2021:Federal Judges on Major Supreme Court Cases
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Jul 21 2021:2020-21 Supreme Court Term Review
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Jul 14 2021:Freedom of Speech in France and America
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Jul 7 2021:Should More Power Be Returned to the People?
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Jun 30 2021:Laboratories of Democracy: State Constitutions
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Jun 23 2021:Free Speech, Media, Truth and Lies
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Jun 16 2021:Great Justices: Founders, Dissenters, and Prophets
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Jun 9 2021:The State of Congress Today
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Jun 2 2021:Justice Breyer on Precedent, Pragmatism, and the Supreme Court
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May 25 2021:The Founders’ Library
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May 18 2021:Literature and the Constitution
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May 11 2021:The Words That Made Us
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May 5 2021:Do We Need a Third Reconstruction?
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Apr 28 2021:Voting Rights Today
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Apr 20 2021:Constitution 101 with Jill Lepore
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Apr 14 2021:Religious Liberty in France and America
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Apr 6 2021:The Fights for Abolition and Women's Rights
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Mar 31 2021:The Girl in the Picture
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Mar 24 2021:Congress, the Constitution, and Compromise
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Mar 16 2021:Why Do the Innocent Plead Guilty?
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Mar 10 2021:The Equal Rights Amendment Through History
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Mar 2 2021:The Story of the 14th Amendment
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Feb 23 2021:Lincoln and His Mentors
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Feb 17 2021:Revolutionary Prophecies
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Feb 10 2021:How to Restore the Guardrails of Democracy
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Feb 3 2021:The Past, Present, and Future of Presidential Elections
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Feb 1 2021:Two State Attorneys General on Federalism and States’ Rights Today
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Dec 29 2020:Akhil Amar on Timeless Constitutional Lessons
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Dec 22 2020:Lynne Cheney on The Virginia Dynasty
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Dec 15 2020:Should the Equal Rights Amendment be Revived?
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Dec 8 2020:What the Founders Learned from the Greeks and Romans
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Dec 1 2020:Shakespeare and the Making of America
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Nov 25 2020:Church-State Separation and the Constitution
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Nov 18 2020:The Past Four Years: What Have We Learned?
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Nov 10 2020:Can America Come Together Again?
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Nov 3 2020:Social Media, Election 2020, and Online Speech
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Oct 27 2020:The President and Immigration Law
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Oct 21 2020:America’s Contentious Presidential Elections: A History
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Oct 13 2020:The Hayes-Tilden Election of 1876
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Oct 6 2020:A Libertarian vs. Progressive Constitution
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Sep 29 2020:A Conversation with Justice Neil M. Gorsuch
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Sep 22 2020:In Honor of RBG
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Sep 17 2020:RESOLVED: Songs of Women’s Suffrage and the 19th Amendment
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Sep 8 2020:Plato, Aristotle, and the Founders
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Aug 26 2020:Landmark Cases Lightning Round
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Aug 19 2020:2020 Supreme Court Term Review
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Aug 11 2020:19th Amendment: Untold Stories
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Aug 4 2020:Slavery in America From the Constitution to Reconstruction With Eric Foner
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Jul 28 2020:Elections in America with Emily Bazelon
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Jul 22 2020:A Constitutional History of the Right to Vote
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Jul 14 2020:The Battle for the Constitution Part Two: Coronavirus
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Jul 7 2020:The Battle for the Constitution Part One: Policing
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Jun 30 2020:Historians on George Washington
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Jun 24 2020:Congress in Crisis: Lessons from History
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Jun 17 2020:Secretary Madeleine Albright
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Jun 9 2020:Policing, Protests, and the Constitution Part 2
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Jun 9 2020:Policing, Protests, and the Constitution Part 1
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Jun 3 2020:George F. Will and Sai Prakash on the Presidency
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May 27 2020:The Story of Plessy v. Ferguson
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May 20 2020:Trump Subpoena Cases – A Recap
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May 12 2020:State Attorneys General on Coronavirus
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May 5 2020:Reviving Trust and Rebuilding Institutions
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Apr 28 2020:Why Does the Electoral College Exist?
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Apr 21 2020:Women Leading Change
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Apr 14 2020:Elizabeth Cady Stanton: An American Life
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Mar 10 2020:Announcing Live at the National Constitution Center!
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Feb 26 2020:Tinker, Korematsu, and Brown on Landmark Cases
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Feb 18 2020:Justice Louis Brandeis: American Prophet
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Feb 11 2020:The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln
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Feb 5 2020:A Primer on Presidential Primaries
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Jan 29 2020:How Presidents Handled America's Biggest Constitutional Crises
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Jan 21 2020:Rep. John Lewis on MLK and “Good Trouble”
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Jan 14 2020:Joshua Matz on When to Impeach, and Why
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Jan 7 2020:Airstrikes, “Imminent Threats,” and the Constitution
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Dec 31 2019:The Fourth Amendment: Past and Present
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Dec 24 2019:RBG on Life, Love, Liberty, and Law
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Dec 18 2019:The Girl in the Picture: Remembering the Vietnam War
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Dec 10 2019:Should President Trump Be Impeached? Part Two
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Dec 4 2019:Should President Trump Be Impeached? Part One
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Nov 27 2019:The Promise and the Thwarting of Reconstruction
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Nov 19 2019:Eric Foner on The Second Founding
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Nov 12 2019:Jeffrey Rosen on Conversations with RBG
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Nov 5 2019:For Debate: Should the Constitution Be More Democratic?
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Oct 30 2019:Richard Stengel on Disinformation
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Oct 22 2019:Should Roe v. Wade be Overturned?
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Oct 15 2019:Hillary and Chelsea Clinton on Gutsy Women
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Oct 8 2019:Supreme Court 2019 Term Preview
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Oct 1 2019:Impeachment and “The Battle for the Constitution”
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Sep 24 2019:Justice Neil Gorsuch
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Sep 17 2019:Hamilton and the Constitutional Clashes that Shaped the Nation
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Sep 10 2019:What is Habeas Corpus?
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Sep 3 2019:Dissent: An American Tradition
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Aug 28 2019:Armed in America
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Aug 20 2019:Slavery and its Opponents at America’s Founding
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Aug 13 2019:The Man Who Made the Supreme Court
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Aug 6 2019:The Presidents: America's Best and Worst
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Jul 31 2019:The Presidents Adams and the Politics of Personality
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Jul 23 2019:George F. Will: The Conservative Sensibility
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Jul 16 2019:Women and the Civil War: The Untold Stories
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Jul 10 2019:The Supreme Court: 2018-19 Term Recap, and What’s Next?
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Jul 3 2019:#1AUSA Bonus: Simon Tam and The Slants
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Jul 2 2019: #1AUSA Part Five: Teresa Sullivan, Suki Kim
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Jun 25 2019:The Human Side of Judging
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Jun 19 2019:#1AUSA Part 4: Nancy Gibbs, Dean Baquet, James O’Keefe
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Jun 11 2019:Revolutionary Constitutions
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Jun 4 2019:#1AUSA Part Three: Michael Hayden, Tom Ridge, Floyd Abrams
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May 29 2019:A Dangerous Idea: The History of Eugenics in America
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May 21 2019:#1AUSA Part Two: John Kasich, Hugh Hewitt, Mary Beth Tinker
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May 14 2019:Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on Reconstruction and Redemption
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May 7 2019:#1AUSA Part One: RBG, Noel Francisco, Juan Williams
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Apr 30 2019:Can the President Use Emergency Powers to Build the Wall?
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Apr 23 2019:Joan Biskupic on "The Chief"
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Apr 17 2019:Preet Bharara on "Doing Justice"
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Apr 9 2019:When Religious Liberty Collides with LGBTQ Rights
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Apr 2 2019:Can the First Amendment Save Social Media from Itself?
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Mar 26 2019:Campus Free Speech and Academic Freedom
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Mar 19 2019:How to Save a Constitutional Democracy
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Mar 12 2019:We the Corporations
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Mar 5 2019:Faith and the Founding
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Feb 26 2019:Notorious RBG in Song
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Feb 19 2019:Michael Tomasky on Polarization and How to Fix It
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Feb 12 2019:Civil Rights Across the Centuries
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Feb 5 2019:Freedom, Equality, and Emancipation
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Jan 29 2019:Gen. Stanley McChrystal — Leaders: Myth and Reality
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Jan 22 2019:RBG and On the Basis of Sex
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Jan 15 2019:Civil Rights and Constitutional Change
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Jan 8 2019:The Battle for the American Mind
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Jan 1 2019:Judicial Independence and the Federal Courts: A Historical Perspective
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Dec 25 2018:The Suffrage Movement: Revisiting the Final Campaign
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Dec 18 2018:Gerard Magliocca: The Heart of the Constitution
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Dec 14 2018:BONUS: What Would Madison Think of Democracy Today?
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Dec 11 2018:Madison, the Media, and the Mob
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Dec 5 2018:Bonus: Sen. Chris Coons on the Senate and the Constitution
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Dec 4 2018:Jon Meacham on the American Odyssey of President George H.W. Bush
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Nov 27 2018:Hamilton: The Man, the Musical, and the Law
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Nov 20 2018:What is Citizenship?
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Nov 13 2018:Ken Starr: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation
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Nov 6 2018:Michael Beschloss: Presidents of War
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Oct 30 2018:Why State Constitutions Matter
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Oct 22 2018:Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadership in Turbulent Times
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