The new episode features Signers’ Hall and the main exhibit at the National Constitution Center.
For George, spending this summer in the same city where he spent that historic 1787 summer sure brought back lots of memories.
What set Abel Meeropol apart was his willingness to speak out against the violence of racism.
Philadelphia and Philadelphians came to see grass roots constitution-making as a specific part of their past.
Each generation must learn the A B C’s of citizenship.
HOW CAN WE SQUARE THE OPTION FOR “RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS” WITH THE FIRST AMENDMENT? Last month, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued new Affordable Care Act guidelines requiring health insurance carriers to provide free access to birth control and women’s preventive services without cost-sharing beginning August 1, 2012. Adopted from recommendations made […]
Just how private are the contents of your cellphone?
Citizenship is about membership in a political community, and being a good citizen is about meeting one’s responsibilities to the community as a whole.
PJP FELLOW CARRIE JOHNSON REPORTS ON RAMPED-UP ENFORCEMENT OF A STATUTE RESTRICTING SPEECH IN PROXIMITY TO ABORTION CLINICS FACE, or the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances act, was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994. It prohibits protesters at abortion clinics from blocking access to clinics or threatening those who work at […]
Obama’s supporters probably would like to see a leadership style that is more Medal of Honor and less Peace Prize.