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Lyle Denniston looks at a claim that interpreting an old document, like the U.S. Constitution, is a doomed attempt to apply outdated legal principles.
Author William Murchison evaluates what he calls the need for promoting John Dickinson to the very first rank of the nation’s Founding Fathers.
This Monday, millions of Americans will take time out to honor our military on the traditional time of 11:11 a.m. on November 11. But there was a time when Congress tried to move the holiday, only to face several years of strong public resistance.
Fifty years after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, distinguished presidential historian and bestselling author Robert Dallek provides a striking portrait of the iconic president and his inner circle of advisers—their rivalries, personality clashes, and political battles.
One of the most widely watched cases in front of the Supreme Court this fall is Town of Greece v. Galloway, a case about prayers at public legislative meetings. The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen spoke with three experts this week who offered differing views on a complicated issue.