“The American Experiment: “A More or Less Perfect Union”

Great Conversation, Judge Douglas Ginsburg | Indianapolis, IN | September 13-14, 2023

“A self-governing democratic republic cannot go on from generation to generation with an ignorant public. That’s a formula for falling into some sort of authoritarian regime in which people look to the man on the white horse to give them things.” – Douglas Ginsburg

A conversation with Judge Ginsburg delving into the powerful impact of America’s Declaration of Independence. Abroad it served as an example to more than 100 nations seeking their independence. Within the United States, it played a pivotal role in shaping the abolitionist movement, the women’s suffrage movement, and the endeavors of prominent civil rights leaders like Frederick Douglass and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Judge Ginsburg and Dr. Dan Miller engage in a timely conversation about the U.S. Constitution, exploring the document that governs those who govern us, delving into past, present and future struggles for liberty and dignity.

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