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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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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President vs. Congress: Does the separation of powers still work? (1980) | ARCHIVES
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President vs. Congress: Does the separation of powers still work? (1980) | 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, president vs. congress, does the separation of powers still work? John Charles Daly: Nearly 200 years […]

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Affirmative action and the Constitution (1985) | ARCHIVES
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Affirmative action and the Constitution (1985) | 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, Affirmative Action and a Constitution. John: This public policy forum, one of a series presented by […]

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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)
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Language Rights Support Program (LRSP)

Language Rights Support Program PADL-LRSP Welcome to the Language Rights Support Program, the LRSP. As Canadians, you have constitutional language rights relative to both official languages which are English and French. We’re here to give you information and promote these rights. To access these rights, you must first know what they are. Constitutional language rights […]

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