Constitution and Relevance in the Twenty-First Century
June 4, 2015
7:00pm, Moorestown Library
The 2015 installment of the Freedom Lecture Series features a presentation from the National Constitution Center, titled Constitution and Relevance in the Twenty-First Century. This will be a lecture that examines what makes the Constitution such an integral part in the lives of Americans, and how they have viewed their framework of government since its inception. Furthermore, the lecture will explore possible future amendments and how the Constitution remains relevant in today’s world.
This is a free event, open to the public. However, seats are limited, so please reserve your seats:
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