The U.S. Constitution

When was the last time you read the U.S. Constitution? You won't get an "F" if it's been a while, but you may want to pull out your nearest copy. Join guest host Lynn Neary for another look at the U.S. Constitution.

Guests:

Linda Monk
*Author of The Words We Live By: Your Annotated Guide to the Constitution, (Hyperion 2003)

Nat Hentoff
*Syndicated columnist
*author of Living the Bill of Rights: How to be an Authentic American, (HarperCollins, July 1998)

Linda Chavez
*President of the Center for Equal Opportunity

Alan Dershowitz
*Professor of law at Harvard University

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