- The Historical Presidency series of the Miller Center for Public Affairs continues Friday, September 18, from 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m., with David M. Kennedy on Franklin D. Roosevelt: An American Life in the "American Century.”
- We learn, via ConSource, of the National Constitutional Literacy Campaign, which "seeks to address the troubling decline in civics and constitutional literacy by bringing together a diverse group of organizations that educate citizens along the learning spectrum – from kindergarten to adulthood—about our nation’s Constitution and history." We hope they start an outreach program for presidential candidates.
- Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School, will deliver “Varieties of Constitutionalism: The U.S. Version” as the Constitution Day lecture at the University of Montana in Missoula at noon on Thursday, September 17, in Law Building Room 101.
- The director of the La Guardia and Wagner Archives would like to raise awareness of its collections, which are very strong on New York City's political history. Here's a great chance to learn about Fiorello La Guardia while there's still an airport named after him.
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