As the power and status of the United States has increased in the 225 years since the Constitution was signed, what’s at stake every four years has only risen.
Cokie Roberts delivered a heartfelt eulogy yesterday for former First Lady of the United States Betty Ford, a woman known for her grace and activism inside and outside of the White House–particularly in the fight for women’s rights and against addiction.
We asked some of our C&D guests: Should a fringe church be able to protest near military funerals?
We asked eight Civility and Democracy panelists for their perspectives on the Egyptian revolution in less than 250 words.
Can we can have “civic dialogue” that advances the “public good,” while at the same time recognizing that dissent has played an important role in America’s “social progress?”