Extras + Features
S1 E3 - 1m 59s
Judge Douglas Ginsburg investigates the history of affirmative action and the United States constitution.
Our Constitution at Risk | Preview
S1 E3 - 30s
Discover how the Constitution is under assault today and how all three branches of government – and we the people -- are contributing to the problem. See how Americans have fought for more than two centuries to establish, expand and preserve liberty.
A Constitution for All | Preview
S1 E2 - 30s
Delve into the Bill of Rights, which protects free speech, religious freedom, and the rights of persons accused of a crime, and discover the Supreme Court decisions that set back racial justice for nearly a century after the Civil War.
Freedom of Speech
S1 E2 - 2m 12s
A look at the history of free speech and the first amendment of the United States Constitution.
A Constitution in Writing | Preview
S1 E1 - 30s
Examine the struggles and compromises in the creation of the document that protects our liberties. Constitutional experts, “Framers,” and everyday Americans weigh in on the rule of law, the branches of government, and the debate over originalism.
Slavery and the Constitution
S1 E1 - 3m 12s
Even the framers of the constitution recognized that slavery was against the values of the American revolution. So why did most of the nation's founding fathers own slaves? Judge Douglas Ginsburg sheds some light on the subject.
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