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We The People Podcasts

By National Constitution Center

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Description

The National Constitution Center is the first and only museum celebrating the United States Constitution and the story of “We the People.” As a national town hall, located on historic Independence Mall in Philadelphia, the Center welcomes former presidents, Supreme Court justices, leading journalists, authors, pundits and scholars to offer diverse perspectives on timely constitutional issues. Join the conversation.

Customer Reviews

Excellent podcast!!

I can't say enough good things about 'We The People Stories" and the National Constitution Center's efforts in putting this podcast out. This is a series of interesting and intelligent debates and discussions of founding fathers, current events, the political landscape, etc. and they are done in such a way that I once I listened to the first cast I downloaded, which happened to be Cornel West on Democracy Matters, I quickly downloaded the rest and am in the process of listening raptly to each and every one. I highly recommend this podcast and look forward to more episodes!

Review of Digital Debates

This is one of the more interesting podcasts available. The podcast was originally named "Constitutional Conversations" and included very interesting and diverse perspectives on the role of Constitutional freedom in contemporary American culture. Since then, it has changed to a more general discussion on topics relevant to the US today including politics, economics, racial justice (or injustice), and more. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who is genuinely interested in understanding others' viewpoints on American society and culture.

Digital Debates

One of the best podcasts out there. Although I wish the subject matter did not revolve around authors selling their books quite so much, the general level of discourse is exceedingly high and of great interest to anyone interested in constitutional history or the great issues of the day. The recent discussion by Slade Gordon and Richard Benveniste (of the 9/11 Commission) on the status of their recommendations as well as their observations on Katrina was fascinating. These podcasts are typically an hour, but an hour that flies by!

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  • Category: News & Politics
  • Language: English

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