“After 234 Years, Is It Time for a New Constitution — or at Least a New Supreme Court?”
The Constitution is a venerated part of our national identity, but subject to increasing criticism and calls for change. The same is true for the Supreme Court, with a Presidential Commission examining possible Court reforms. This talk will first discuss the remarkable, and yet deeply flawed, document that the Founders gave us, and assess how well the Constitution and the Court have withstood the test of time. It will then examine calls for amending the Constitution and proposals on how to reform the Supreme Court.
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