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The Museum of We the People. America's Town Hall. Civic Education Headquarters. CEO @RosenJeffrey.

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Will the U.S. #SupremeCourt Face a Crisis of Legitimacy? Read @MarciaCoyle's latest for Constitution Daily:… https://t.co/DbE2eZd9gLTune in TONIGHT, 7pm ET, as we join with the @ConstitutionCtr exploring what social media platforms are doing to ta… https://t.co/jGfBg4Acig
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWhat are social media platforms doing to tackle disinformation, foreign interference, & fake news during… https://t.co/C4xmg0wZzETOMORROW: Father of the Constitution #JamesMadison joins our Fun Friday class! Register for an online session wit… https://t.co/b5WaS6KeNGJoin exhibition developer Elena Popchock for an online @MLSchoolNight course examining the history of the… https://t.co/Rvqt1tpIFNJoin us Oct. 29, 7pm ET, with @ConstitutionCtr as we explore what social media platforms are doing to tackle disinf… https://t.co/A0rgNtHMVN
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10/29
2020
So we thought we would go back to the source and ask this simple question...So was the constitution designed to cre… https://t.co/6L22D4ajym
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterMissed today's #NCCed class with @RosenJeffrey? Watch here and learn more about the separation of powers:… https://t.co/aqVgW403ICHow have presidents played a role in the biggest immigration controversies of the last decade? #LiveAtNCC explore… https://t.co/NTOrKBek55We're LIVE with today's online #NCCed classes! Learn more about the separation of powers and the system of checks… https://t.co/LMyrPera8o#OnThisDay in 1886, the Statue of Liberty made its official public debut in New York Harbor. Constitution Daily:… https://t.co/G0iF1cmzL7
10/28
2020
Join us Oct. 29, 7pm ET, with @ConstitutionCtr as we explore what social media platforms are doing to tackle disinf… https://t.co/p4Kpvc6RZw
Retweeted by National Constitution Center#OnThisDay in 1787, the first of the Federalist Papers is published in support of the newly signed Constitution. V… https://t.co/VeBWyV3uet#OnThisDay in 1858, President Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City. Visit Constitution Daily to learn more… https://t.co/RUDqjczAnI
10/27
2020
How did the Constitution set up a system of checks and balances between the different branches of government? Catc… https://t.co/RT9ynl1pZ1#OnThisDay in 1774, the First Continental Congress ended its initial session in Philadelphia with a list of rights… https://t.co/B7vTOJJBdDOur nonpartisan #Election2020 online prep continues TODAY with classes on the separation of powers! Register for s… https://t.co/zUiN5qnNqZVirtual tours, presentations, podcasts, and more from @ConstitutionCtr have been instrumental in understanding Amer… https://t.co/CumAn5vQOw
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWelcome everyone to Separation of Powers week. Let's talk about it. Why do we have it and how are we watching it pl… https://t.co/V6Hpq1lvce
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10/26
2020
How has the #SupremeCourt ruled on curbside voting, mail-in ballots, and more? @emilybazelon and @CommishSmith dis… https://t.co/LMM7uWFZR4Where did the idea of separation of powers come from? How has this been tested over time in America? Learners of a… https://t.co/iiEgF2jg7JWhat are social media platforms doing to tackle disinformation, foreign interference, and fake news during… https://t.co/JGQlcnsMnQ
10/25
2020
Rate, review, and subscribe to We the People with @RosenJeffrey on @ApplePodcasts! Every week, the Center's… https://t.co/lXPgr5oihh#OnThisDay in 1861, a group of delegates in 39 Virginia counties decided to start the process of forming their own… https://t.co/GwjgUo4bS5
10/24
2020
We're LIVE! Tune in to today's FREE online class with @jbouie on the history of the right to vote in America:… https://t.co/Csiktf19TMWe are going to start in just 20 minutes. Join us for a really timely discussion on voting in America. https://t.co/kUpRt9L4Vw
Retweeted by National Constitution Center.@ConstitutionCtr Scout Days have gone virtual! @boyscouts and @girlscouts can register for LIVE online programs… https://t.co/4g9oSW5g7fDon't miss today's FREE Fun Friday class! @jbouie—@nytopinion columnist and political analyst for @CBSNews—joins… https://t.co/EdW6ebPbAXHow has #SCOTUS ruled on curbside voting, mail-in-ballots, and more? Explaining these #Election2020 cases from PA,… https://t.co/We4jz16tNrAs the hearings wrapped last week, I spoke to @RosenJeffrey & @MorelandMP about what we learned, and what a Justice… https://t.co/FyTqV9cT1j
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterListen in to hear @kateashaw1 on @ConstitutionCtr's podcast about the SCOTUS hearings. https://t.co/g9Qxk6Ykwz
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10/23
2020
Join us Oct. 29, 7pm ET, with @ConstitutionCtr as we explore what social media platforms are doing to tackle disinf… https://t.co/WmQeMWUyD7
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterFun Friday classes are my favorite! I can’t think of a more appropriate topic as we approach #Election2020 So exci… https://t.co/DP4Yp9SEH0
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterJoin Jeffrey Rosen from @ConstitutionCtr TONIGHT for a webinar discussion of NCC's free, interactive, online course… https://t.co/wi8BSTU8It
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWhat are social media platforms doing to tackle disinformation, foreign interference, and fake news during… https://t.co/XQPTfIierr#OnThisDay in 1775, Peyton Randolph, the first president of the Continental Congress, passed away. Constitution Da… https://t.co/Z6fhKaWDNhJoin us Oct. 29, 7pm ET, with @ConstitutionCtr as we explore what social media platforms are doing to tackle disinf… https://t.co/YJkdtHahXf
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterNow open: 🚒 @FiremansHall 📚 @TheRosenbach 🔔 @LibertyMuseum 🏛 Masonic Temple in Philadelphia 🖼 @PAFAcademy 🔭… https://t.co/KuLGSJaxOT
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWhat has the #SupremeCourt said about the right to vote over time? Catch up on this week’s FREE online class on th… https://t.co/enUyUoU5v3
10/22
2020
#Election2020 is almost here and @ConstitutionCtr and @TheFranklin want to make sure you're ready! https://t.co/2JYEfzGX6r
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterICYMI: #AmericasTownHall talks with the authors of The Upswing! @RobertDPutnam @shaylynromney explore the economic… https://t.co/pGZ1YjFfnEPrepping your class for #ElectionDay? Explore our FREE constitutional resources on the Interactive Constitution a… https://t.co/FIm2ChK74CContentious presidential elections have shaped U.S. history. Exploring the elections of 1800, 1860, 2000, & more—… https://t.co/9D3wwu7v0zGearing up for #ElectionDay? Get all your constitutional questions answered! Register for FREE online classes wit… https://t.co/dX3mGXCIZy
10/21
2020
I am so excited for the classes tomorrow. Voting in America is key to understanding our history, our voice and our… https://t.co/aD1mVho9Ww
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterHunting for ‘super precedents’ in U.S. #SupremeCourt confirmations. Check out @MarciaCoyle's latest for Constitut… https://t.co/K8rccCS4pqGet ready for #Election2020 with @ConstitutionCtr & @TheFranklin! Register for free #NCCed election history prep t… https://t.co/KCSBkD7O3y#OnThisDay in 1803, the Senate ratified a treaty with France, promoted by President #ThomasJefferson, that doubled… https://t.co/KhKLBpyZM8Join us Oct. 29, 7pm ET, with @ConstitutionCtr as we explore what social media platforms are doing to tackle disinf… https://t.co/oA5r1a6TqZ
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWant to learn more? Check out @Nedfoley's Ballot Battles: The History of Disputed Elections in the United States… https://t.co/ke26t3GjOUThank you to James Ceaser of @PoliticsUVA, @Nedfoley, @r_lieberman, and @ProfTolson for joining us! Tonight's… https://t.co/U1Gpxu6XAI
10/20
2020
"The bigger problem is that no matter what comes out of this election, we are going to be living in a country where… https://t.co/alU8NkXpb1"We really do have to keep the focus on the fact that we have deep flaws in our system that we need to address rega… https://t.co/JKrjlu9gWZ"If this #SupremeCourt gets another vote counting dispute like Bush v. Gore then it's going to have a clash of cons… https://t.co/7n0kWvA0hQ"I think the judicialization or legalization of these election disputes is an advance, but it's not always the most… https://t.co/E8V3ShBw4Q"I do think there is a key distinction between what happened in 2000 and prior contested elections. I don't think w… https://t.co/khmXBliNIL"In a way, I think that election set democracy on a somewhat successful course by the two partisan sides finally ac… https://t.co/Z0Ip4f6yUO"It's the same basic question of whether election disputes should be handled through strict interpretation of the r… https://t.co/x0dXKmxSy5#AmericasTownHall is LIVE! Discover the history of contested presidential elections with James Ceaser… https://t.co/qW3LYmhzLrTonight's #AmericasTownHall starts at 7 p.m. EDT! @RosenJeffrey moderates a timely conversation with James Ceaser… https://t.co/R8dibXX7HqWe are here all week people! It’s a big one and important one to talk about and understand as go into #ElectionDayhttps://t.co/PUFguZ41DV
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterWhat does the original Constitution say about voting rights? Catch up on today's online class with @RosenJeffrey &… https://t.co/bRX9L5PxQaTune in tonight @ 7pm EST for this important conversation featuring ALI members @Nedfoley and @RosenJeffrey in conv… https://t.co/pzi2fQxTPE
Retweeted by National Constitution CenterDiscover the history of contested presidential elections! Tonight, James Ceaser @PoliticsUVA, @Nedfoley,… https://t.co/CjC6OneImPWhat role did the amendment process play in shaping voting rights? Learners of all ages can now register for our… https://t.co/OXH85ownqqWhat has the #SupremeCourt said about the right to vote over time? Register today for this week’s FREE online clas… https://t.co/WxvRapSUxv
10/19
2020
Don't miss We the People's recap of the #SCOTUS confirmation hearings! This week, scholars @kateashaw1 and… https://t.co/1CKdGxYXAH#OnThisDay in 1867, Secretary of State William Seward signed a deal acquiring Alaska, an agreement that was ridicul… https://t.co/Lh42w3Tswy
10/18
2020
What role did the amendment process play in shaping voting rights? Learners of all ages can now register for our… https://t.co/q3A1XT5FDJWe're LIVE with special guest @surliestgirl of @MissedinHistory! Don't miss today's free #NCCed online class on th… https://t.co/3rRgVizpCXLooking to catch up on the #SCOTUS confirmation hearings? #WTPpodcast host @RosenJeffrey talks with @kateashaw1 an… https://t.co/IhzF9tqiNE#OnThisDay in 1962, Justice Byron R. White joined the #SupremeCourt as one of two appointments made by President Jo… https://t.co/kCnhssHqfrDon't miss today's FREE #NCCed online class with special guest @surliestgirl of @MissedinHistory! Learners of all… https://t.co/xKYyACvY1oThat's a wrap! Thank you to @RobertDPutnam and @shaylynromney for joining us. Want to learn more? Check out thei… https://t.co/MgTGDu7PlV"We believe in agency. The history of the first progressive era teaches us that we are not the prisoners of history… https://t.co/xvcUUB2id7
10/16
2020
"The times when the country goes through enormous fundamental crises are the times when we have the most creative d… https://t.co/q554HziAlb"We lack a robust ideal that we are moving toward. I think that the place we should turn to for that ideal is bac… https://t.co/8nBvhZbxKfWATCH: #AmericasTownHall explores the economic, social, and political trends over the past century that brought us… https://t.co/fjcgxvI6oE
Retweeted by National Constitution Center"If we are going to see another upswing it’s not going to be a single-issue movement." @shaylynromneyhttps://t.co/nT7Q3zuBz0"I’m now much more hopeful than I was when we wrote the book that we will soon be in a turn that will take us in a… https://t.co/T4wVeyVzK0"It’s also important to point out that the progress that Black Americans were making during that period was really… https://t.co/LNg0W09wX4"America’s ‘We’ decades were surprisingly more hospitable to racial progress than America’s subsequent ‘I’ decades.… https://t.co/MF5c0nlyOCWATCH: #AmericasTownHall explores the economic, social, and political trends over the past century that brought us… https://t.co/fjcgxvI6oEHow can we become a more unified nation? @RobertDPutnam and @shaylynromney join #AmericasTownHall to discuss the… https://t.co/nBl7cWtSovTONIGHT: Join political scientist @RobertDPutnam and @shaylynromney for a free #AmericasTownHall! They discuss the… https://t.co/cpI5ZskZVFRegister today for nonpartisan #Election2020 online prep classes! This week's sessions on the executive branch con… https://t.co/iU2GdvkL3lHow can we become a more unified nation? On October 15, political scientist @RobertDPutnam and @shaylynromney jo… https://t.co/jhwLiRgraf
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10/15
2020
PLEASE NOTE: @ConstitutionCtr will be closed to the public on Thursday, October 15, 2020, for a private rental even… https://t.co/IxSy1Jhc6MHow can we become a more unified nation? On October 15, political scientist @RobertDPutnam and @shaylynromney jo… https://t.co/jhwLiRgrafShould the president be the nation’s immigration policymaker-in-chief? ICYMI: @RosenJeffrey hosts an… https://t.co/UcJhC0UgixOn this #LiveAtNCC, we partnered with Free and Fair with Franita and Foley! @ProfTolson, @Nedfoley, and… https://t.co/glh89075R8Can the president do that? What does the Constitution say about presidential power? Our nonpartisan… https://t.co/YddfSbq0SVWatch Jeff Rosen and our other fine interview subjects (including Alito, J and Roberts, CJ). I see a lot of Twitter… https://t.co/VA12VMN838
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10/14
2020
What is John Marshall’s constitutional legacy? President and CEO @RosenJeffrey discusses the founder and first… https://t.co/fkUOgxSYbgRegister today for nonpartisan #Election2020 online prep classes: https://t.co/0ApoDKqAPG This week's sessions on… https://t.co/C7r9lZhZ5o#OnThisDay in 1792, construction began when the White House’s cornerstone was put in place. Did you know… https://t.co/dxq640FEBn
10/13
2020
That's a wrap! Tonight's #AmericasTownHall video with @Nedfoley, @ProfTolson, and @michaelmorley11 is now availab… https://t.co/RgY7ODuRQw
10/12
2020

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