Justice Kennedy will likely cast the deciding vote if the partisan gerrymandering case reaches the Supreme Court.
Justice Kennedy will likely cast the deciding vote if the partisan gerrymandering

A landmark gerrymandering case heading toward the Court’s next term - National Constitution Center

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On May 8, Floyd Abrams visits the National Constitution Center to discuss his new book "The Soul of the First Amendment."

#AmericasTownHall spring 2017 lineup: [ Ow.ly Link ]
On May 8 Floyd Abrams visits the National Constitution Center to discuss

Floyd Abrams Sees Trump’s Anti-Media Tweets as Double-Edged Swords

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#AmericanNationalTree: #OnThisDay in 1961, the author and political commentator Dinesh D'Souza was born.

Dinesh D'Souza, a native of India, was a high school exchange student who stayed in the U.S. to attend Dartmouth College. There, he edited the conservative Dartmouth Review, an off-campus publication critical of what D’Souza calls the leftist, "politically correct" orientation of higher...
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Happy birthday to The Library of Congress! Established in 1800, it has since become the largest library in the world.
Happy birthday to The Library of Congress Established in 1800 it has

Discover 10 treasures from the Library of Congress - National Constitution Center

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The National Constitution Center presents American Treasures, opening May 4!

Discover Constitutional Convention delegate James Wilson’s handwritten drafts of the Constitution, courtesy of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Learn more: [ Ow.ly Link ]
The National Constitution Center presents American Treasures opening May 4
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How can we balance privacy and security in the 21st century?

May 10: Leading experts discuss the #FourthAmendment, privacy, and technology at #AmericasTownHall.
How can we balance privacy and security in the 21st century

Digital Privacy in the 21st Century - National Constitution Center

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#OnThisDay in 1791, President James Buchanan was born.

Author Robert Strauss offers an enlightening — and highly entertaining — account of Buchanan’s presidency at #AmericasTownHall.
OnThisDay in 1791 President James Buchanan was born

America's Town Hall: Worst. President. Ever. (HD)

Michael Gerhardt, Center scholar-in-residence, and Robert Strauss, author of Worst. President. Ever., offer an enlightening — and highly entertaining — accou...

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Catch up on #AmericasTownHall! Podcasts of the National Constitution Center's Winter 2017 programs are now available on iTunes.
Catch up on AmericasTownHall Podcasts of the National Constitution Centers Winter 2017

Live at America's Town Hall by National Constitution Center on Apple Podcasts

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Celebrate #EarthDay at the National Constitution Center!

Today's special programming includes quiz games and eco-friendly crafts.
Celebrate EarthDay at the National Constitution Center

Earth Day 2017 - National Constitution Center

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Police estimate New York City had as many as 32,000 speakeasies by the late 1920s!

On April 29, enjoy a behind the scenes tour of American Spirits, special discounts, and more. All visitors are welcome for a Member Appreciation Day and Open House at the National Constitution Center!
Police estimate New York City had as many as 32000 speakeasies by the late 1920s

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#AmericasTownHall How will Justice Neil Gorsuch impact the Supreme Court?

Joan Biskupic of Reuters, Ilya Shapiro of The Cato Institute, and Brianne Gorod of the Constitutional Accountability Center (CAC) discuss.
AmericasTownHall How will Justice Neil Gorsuch impact the Supreme Court

Live Video (6:30 P.M.): How Neil Gorsuch could change the Court - National Constitution Center

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In the summer of 1787, state delegates met in Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention.

Opening May 4, American Treasures illuminates the founding era through priceless drafts of the U.S. Constitution!
In the summer of 1787 state delegates met in Philadelphia for the

American Treasures: Documenting the Nation’s Founding - National Constitution Center

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We the People: Guess discuss the issues and arguments in Trinity Lutheran, a major religious liberty case at the Supreme Court.
We the People Guess discuss the issues and arguments in Trinity Lutheran

Podcast: Religious liberty at the Supreme Court - National Constitution Center

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Lyle Denniston calls the Trinity case "one or the most significant tests in years of how high #ThomasJefferson’s 'wall of separation' between church and state will remain."
Lyle Denniston calls the Trinity case one or the most significant tests

Supreme Court eager to decide major religion case - National Constitution Center

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An active — and comfortable — first day for Gorsuch. Lyle Dennistion reports for Constitution Daily.
An active and comfortable first day for Gorsuch Lyle Dennistion reports for

Constitution Daily Blog - National Constitution Center

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#OnThisDay in 1775, the American Revolutionary War started at the towns of Lexington and Concord.
OnThisDay in 1775 the American Revolutionary War started at the towns of

Five myths about the start of the Revolutionary War - National Constitution Center

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Smithsonian Magazine: "[Roosevelt's] legacy has continued to shape how presidents exert power over the nation."

Watch a National Constitution Center #FreedomDay panel to learn more about the evolution of presidential power: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Smithsonian Magazine Roosevelts legacy has continued to shape how presidents exert power

The Debate Over Executive Orders Began With Teddy Roosevelt's Mad Passion for Conservation

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May 1: "Defining Truth in Modern Politics."

Susan Glasser of POLITICO, Glenn Kessler of Washington Post, and Brian Stelter of CNN join an #AmericasTownHall
May 1: "Defining Truth in Modern Politics"

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