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Gender & the Constitution

♪♪Music♪♪ We’re going to start this morning, good morning again, speaking about a topic that I’ve entitled gender and the constitution. It’s actually more properly to be called sex and the constitution cause sex and gender differ but I figured, Kyle told me you’re a fairly unruly crowd and if I called it sex and […]

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Constitutional Ideology – the philosophy behind it
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Constitutional Ideology – the philosophy behind it

Hey, Cypher here. So, I’m sure you guys have heard someone spouting off about what the founding fathers intended or whatever kind of rhetoric you want. Now, guessing anyone’s future intent about 200-some-odd years after that supposed intent is foolish enough, but let’s divest the squabble entirely. Today, I’m going to show you that the […]

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Magna Carta and the Constitution
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Magna Carta and the Constitution

This film is a project of the Leonore Annenberg Institute for civics of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania in partnership with the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands “Citizenship has every persons highest calling.” Okay so how many of you already know this story. The King starts acting like a tyrant […]

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Preamble to the Indian Constitution
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Preamble to the Indian Constitution

Hello friends! Welcome to PreMate classes. In this lecture we will learn about the Preamble to the Constitution of India. The Preamble states, We, the people of India, solemnly resolve to constitute India into sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic and to secure to all its citizens: social, economic and political JUSTICE LIBERTY of thought, expression, […]

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The Constitution: Its Fate Depends on Civic Leaders
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The Constitution: Its Fate Depends on Civic Leaders

[John Hallwas Liberal Arts Lecture 2008] -The Constitution It’s Fate Depends On Civic Leaders- These are politically contentious times for the American people and perhaps even threatening times for our Democracy as Liberals and Conservatives alike reveal their deep anxiety about our future and the cert that we need to live up to our cherished […]

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Snapshots: The Constitution
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Snapshots: The Constitution

#Music# A Constitution is a set of rules for how a nation is governed. It’s a bit like a guide book for running a country. Before 1901, Australia was not a nation, but rather six British colonies. These colonies were under the law-making power of the British Parliament. During the 1890s, representatives from the colonies […]

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A constitutional convention: How well would it work? (1979) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents Public Policy Forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, “A Constitutional Convention: How Well Would it Work?” Peter Hackes: The politicians and the pollsters these […]

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