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Claremont Discourse: Fall 2005

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Constitutional Discourse:
A Mini-Series to celebrate Constitution Day

  • Federalism, Constitutional Structure, and the Securing of Liberty

    Ralph Rossum, Salvatori Professor of Political Philosophy & American Constitution and Director of the Rose Institute, Claremont Mckenna College
    Wednesday, September 21st, 4:15pm

  • Is it possible for the Supreme Court to render an unconstitutional decision? An Historical-Political Panel Discussion about the Constitution of the Constitution

    Moderated by Jack Sullivan (Pitzer, Political Studies)
    Panelists: Ken Miller (CMC Government), Ralph Rossum (CMC, Government), Michael Uhlmann (CGU, Politics and Policy), and Helena Wall (Pomona, History)
    Wednesday, October 12th, 4:15pm

  • An Informed Citizenry: Access, The Constitution, and Government Documents

    Sheri Irvin & Mary Martin, Libraries of The Claremont Colleges
    Wednesday, October 26th, 4:15pm

    How can “We, the People” follow the principles of the Constitution—and make certain our leaders uphold them—without both the mundane and profound knowledge of the workings of government?

     
  • The Allure of Toxic Leaders: Why We Follow Destructive Bosses and Corrupt Politicians—and How We Can Survive Them

    Jean Lipman Blumen, Thorton F. Bradshaw Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Organizational Behavior, Claremont Graduate University
    Thursday, November 17th, 4:15pm

For more information about the Claremont Discourse Lecture Series, visit Claremont Discourse on the web or contact Adam Rosenkranz (adam.rosenkranz@libraries.claremont.edu).

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Gale Burrow.