and the Constitution
James W. Ceaser
Thursday, March 20, 2014—12:00 p.m.
AWC Family Foundation Lecture
What is the meaning of national greatness, and how much was it a concern of those who wrote the Constitution? With reference to the political debate today, James W. Ceaser explores different conceptions of national greatness and makes the case that the Constitution itself is the most durable and enduring source of America’s legacy to political science and to the modern world.
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