Tag Archives: Constitution

Celebrate Constitution Day with FDLP Resources!

Every fall in September Federal depository libraries across the Nation celebrate Constitution Day. Did you know the Alexander Campbell King Law Library is a Federal depository library? We are! Join us today at the front of the library for Constitution … Continue reading

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Constitution Day Is Here!

Stop by the front of the library today before 1 pm for more resources and goodies including temporary tattoos featuring Ben Franklin, copies of the Constitution, and more! In addition to the many resources shared in our previous blog post … Continue reading

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Celebrate Constitution Day with Events and Resources: Monday, September 17th

By Amy Taylor and Wendy Moore In the Law Library On Monday, September 17th librarians will have a table at the front of the Law Library. Stop by to check out our display of resources related to the Constitution and … Continue reading

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Featured Acquisition: Free Speech Beyond Words

Free Speech Beyond Words: The Surprising Reach of the First Amendment by Mark V. Tushnet, Alan K. Chen, and Joseph Blocher New York: New York University Press 2017 Balcony K3254 .T87 2017 The Supreme Court has unanimously held that Jackson … Continue reading

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Constitution USA

This Tuesday PBS will begin presenting Constitution USA. Traveling across the country by motorcycle Peter Sagal is in search of where the U.S. Constitution lives, how it works and how it doesn’t… how it unites us as a nation and … Continue reading

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New Book: Constitutional Disobedience!

Louis Michael Seidman’s new book On Constitutional Disobedience asserts that what the Constitution needs to bring our basic law up-to-date is some “benign neglect.”  Bridging the gap between modern society and the framers of the Constitution requires more than stretching … Continue reading

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New Book: Unwritten Constitution

Yale Law School professor Akhil Reed Amar‘s latest book is America’s Unwritten Constitution: The Precedents and Principles We Live By.  He looks at the complementary relationship between the Constitution’s written and unwritten components and outlines the importance this dynamic plays … Continue reading

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