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Multimedia

Publication Date

2-21-2019

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Marston Lectures

Keywords

Marston Lectures, video

Abstract

The US Constitution did not spring up out of nowhere. It had several roots and sources, including British, French, Greek, and Roman. The last two, Greek and Roman, are the ones Dr. Ewald discusses now, and he hopes to provide a broader view to show the idea of unchanging legal principles, a constitution that is not necessarily written on paper or stone but still exists as an object of thought or even reverence.

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