In this episode, We the People host Jeff Rosen answers constitutional questions that you, our listeners, have been asking. We’ve been collecting your questions over the past few months from social media, our weekly newsletter, Constitution Weekly, and email.
Among the topics: the limits of presidential pardons, James Madison’s views about political factions, and new Court guidance about automobile searches.
This podcast was engineered by Greg Scheckler and produced by Ugonna Eze, Madison Poulter, and Scott Bomboy. Research was provided by Lana Ulrich and Ugonna Eze.
This summer, bring your friends and family to the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia to visit Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation, our thrilling new exhibit which highlights the competing ideas of Alexander Hamilton and his legendary rivals, including Jefferson, Adams, Madison, and Burr. The exhibit includes a number of amazing artifacts, such as an original page of the infamous Reynolds Pamphlet; Hamilton’s portable writing desk from the late 1700s; and replicas of the original Hamilton-Burr dueling pistols. To plan your visit, check out constitutioncenter.org/visit for more information.
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