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Landmark Cases: Historic Supreme Court Decisions

Jeffrey Rosen and Tomiko Brown-Nagin talk about the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education, in which the court unanimously ruled that separate public schools were not equal, reversing previous court decisions.


November 23, 2015

Book Review of “Give Us The Ballot”

A review of Ari Berman's "Give Us the Ballot" by Jeffrey Rosen. The book explores the debate over the Voting Rights Act. Rosen writes that, "every time the Voting Rights Act came up for renewal, from 1969 to 2006, Republicans and Democrats in Congress and the White House repeatedly endorsed the broader interpretation. And the Supreme Court repeatedly responded by imposing the narrower interpretation by judicial fiat."

Sunday Book Review The New York Times

August 25, 2015

John Roberts, the Umpire in Chief

A Sunday Review opinion by Jeffrey Rosen about Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.'s bipartisan vision of judicial restraint.

The New York Times

June 28, 2015

Marriage Equality Becomes Law of the Land

NPR host John Hockenberry interviews Jeffrey Rosen, CEO of the National Constitution Center, on the Supreme Court's decision on Same-Sex Marriage.

The Take Away with John Hockenberry NPR (National Public Radio)

June 26, 2015

The Supreme Court Rules on King v. Burwell

The panel discussion featured Jeffrey Rosen president and CEO, The National Constitution Centerm Susan Dentzer senior policy adviser, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and on-air analyst on health issues, PBS NewsHour and Norman Ornstein resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute.

The Diane Rehm Show WAMU National Public Radio

June 25, 2015

SCOTUS Obamacare Case Explained

SCOTUS Obamacare Case Explained includes an interview with Jeffrey Rosen, the president and CEO of the National Constitution Center on Katie Couric's news program focusing on the Supreme Court's decision on King v. Burwell.

Yahoo! News with Katie Couric

June 25, 2015

SCOTUS upholds the ACA

MSNBC host Al Sharpton interviews Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center and Rep. Jan Schakowsky about why the Supreme Court upheld a key part of the Affordable Care Act.

Politics Nation MSNBC

June 25, 2015

Jeffrey Rosen Interviewed for SCOTUSblog On Camera

National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen talks about the Center’s mission to help citizens explore constitutional – rather than political – questions, in an interview series with SCOTUSblog.

June 12, 2015

Analysis Of Oral Arguments In The Case Before The Supreme Court On Same-Sex Marriage

Jeff Rosen joins a panel of experts to discuss Oral Arguments in the Same-Sex Marriage case. Diane Rehm moderates.

The Diane Rehm Show WAMU PBS

April 29, 2015

Previewing the Supreme Court oral hearing on same-sex marriage

National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen joins panelists and host Marty Moss-Coane to discuss the Supreme Court's hearing on same-sex marriage.

Radio Times 91 FM PBS

April 28, 2015

New Slate audio service will feature podcasts from the NCC.

The National Constitution Center’s We the People Podcasts, hosted by Jeffrey Rosen, will be featured on Panoply, an innovative, full-service podcast network for media brands, authors, personalities, and premier organizations. Panoply is an audio arm of Slate.


February 25, 2015

Should Justice Ginsburg retire? Debating term limits for the Supreme Court

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 81, the oldest sitting justice and a powerful voice on the bench. Jeffrey Brown gets views from Erwin Chemerinsky of the University of California-Irvine and Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center on the political ramifications of a retirement, and the idea of Supreme Court term limits.


October 03, 2014

Jeffrey Rosen interviews Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is an American Hero. She's staying put—and has some choice words for young feminists.

The New Republic

September 29, 2014

At Constitution Center, focus on civil discourse reaping rewards

At a time when public debate over the central constitutional and political issues of the day has devolved into a dispiriting swamp of ad hominem attacks, misleading ad campaigns, and television shouting matches, Jeffrey Rosen says there is a public hunger for civilized, respectful conversation.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

September 07, 2014

Jeffrey Rosen explains the House lawsuit against President Obama on WHYY

Can the House of Representatives really sue the president? Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, discussed the political and constitutional stakes on Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane.

Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane. WHYY PBS

August 06, 2014

Jeffrey Rosen talks executive orders with Diane Rehm on NPR

Has President Obama gone too far in his use of executive orders? Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, discussed the issue on The Diane Rehm Show.

The Diane Rehm Show National Public Radio

August 05, 2014

How The Supreme Court Changed America This Year

Jeffrey Rosen, President & CEO of the National Constitution Center joins other leading legal scholars to review Supreme Court decisions on issues ranging from Obamacare to affirmative action, campaign finance to school prayer.

Politico Magazine

July 02, 2014

Justice John Paul Stevens interviewed by Jeffrey Rosen on C-Span.

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens talked about his book, Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution, in which he recommends six ways he believes the U.S. Constitution should be amended. He spoke about reforms to campaign finance, the death penalty, gerrymandering, and the Second Amendment. He was interviewed by Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center.

C-Span Book TV

May 19, 2014

Jeff Rosen Interviews Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

Justice Stephen G. Breyer said the other night that there are two preconceived notions about the Supreme Court that he faces each time he speaks at a university or law school.

The Washington Post

April 28, 2014

Supreme Court Strikes Down Overall Limits on Campaign Contributions

A discussion about the Supreme Court 's decision to strike down overall Limits on campaign contributions on the radio program The Take Away with John Hockenberry

WNYC/Public Radio International/New York Times Radio/WGBH

April 03, 2014

The Supreme Court Strikes Down Overall Limits On Campaign Contributions

The Supreme Court has struck down overall limits on federal campaign contributions for the first time.

WAMU 88.5 The Diane Rehm Show

April 03, 2014

McCutcheon: Should the rich speak louder?

National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen looks at the arguments made by two powerful voices about the First Amendment, its role in campaign financing, and the constitutional requirement to make government more responsive to all of the people. “The Great Debate” / Opinion

April 03, 2014

How discrimination laws are caught up in the health care and religion debates

National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen examines the links between the First Amendment and the Affordable Care Act, and why anti-discrimination laws could go by the wayside as part of a future Supreme Court ruling.

The New Republic

March 25, 2014

Madison’s Privacy Blind Spot


January 18, 2014

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