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U.S. History Topics » Government » U.S. Constitution

Celebrate Constitution Day

is a month-long celebration of the U.S. Constitution. A pre-recorded discussion examines the impact of today's high-speed communications and instantaneous news on constitutional principles such as "separation of powers" and "federalism." Presidential historian Michael Beschloss moderates the discussion. Participants include House Majority Whip Roy Blunt and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer. (National Archives and Records Administration)

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Interesting Fact:

In honor of Constitution Day, the Newseum and the National Archives will present a program examining how technological advances are reshaping interpretation of the first amendment, which guarantees, among other things, free speech and free press.
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