In November 2015, Presidential historian and bestselling author Jon Meacham unveiled his sweeping yet intimate biography of George H. W. Bush at a special National Constitution Center event.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joins National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen for a wide-ranging conversation in celebration of the 25th anniversary of her appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Leading Reconstruction historians David Blight and Thavolia Glymph explore the meaning of freedom, equality, and emancipation as part of the Constitution Center’s celebration of the 150th anniversary of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.
Franklin Foer, national correspondent for The Atlantic, explores how tech platforms like Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and Google have transformed the way we think and produced a new culture of misinformation that is trampling values such as privacy, autonomy, and individuality.
America’s leading federal judges and scholars discuss the constitutional vision of the rap star of the moment, Alexander Hamilton, exploring his views on the scope of presidential, congressional, and judicial power in America.
National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen moderates a special panel discussion about the changing dynamics of the media and national security in the age of Donald Trump.
Hendrik Meijer discusses his biography, Arthur Vandenberg: The Man in the Middle of the American Century, on the mid-20th century Michigan senator who evolved from America’s leading isolationist into its leading internationalist and spearheaded coalitions that continue to form the foundation of American foreign and domestic policy today.
Cass Sunstein, former White House advisor and author of Impeachment: A Citizen’s Guide, identifies the most common misconceptions and illuminates the constitutional design behind the process.
Leading Civil War historian Edward Ayers provides a fresh history of two astounding events at the crux of America’s history — the destruction of the most powerful system of slavery in the modern world, followed by a political reconstruction establishing the fundamental rights of citizens for formerly enslaved people.
Legendary journalist Bob Schieffer provides an inside look at the changing role of media and asks whether today’s citizens are more informed or just overwhelmed.