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The Censorship Epidemic

Jan 19, 2016 by Chance Layton |

Spiked releases a report on Free Speech University Rankings.

‘Dignity,’ Another Legal Trojan Horse

May 06, 2015 by Peter Wood |

People are putting words in the mouth of the Constitution.

Civic Education Deficiencies Weaken Social Fabric

Jul 24, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |

Christina Hoff Sommers places the immigration debate in the context of a national dearth of civic knowledge.

Ask a Scholar – U.S. v. Cruikshank

Mar 28, 2013 by Robert Heidt |

Did a Reconstruction-era Supreme Court decision restrict legal remedies for African Americans?

Ask a Scholar: Why Gridlock?

Mar 21, 2013 by Glenn Ricketts |

Is gridlock in our poitical system accidental or innate?

Don’t Know Much About History: Colleges Teach History with Politics Left Out

Jan 18, 2013 by Jonathan Bean |

Jonathan Bean responds to NAS's recent report on Two Texas Universities' U.S. History Courses. He's not optimistic about history education.

Reactions to Court Decision Overturning Michigan Affirmative Action Ban

Nov 19, 2012 by NAS |

Scholars offer preliminary thoughts on the Sixth Circuit Appeals Court ruling overturning a voter approved ban on affirmative action policies.

Democratic Engagement and Governance: Part I

Nov 15, 2012 by William H. Young |

William Young compares traditional republican governmental principles with the current democratic engagement initiatives promoted on college campuses.

What Will the Court Do About Affirmative Action?

Feb 28, 2012 by Glenn Ricketts |

John Rosenberg dissects the "diversity' policies at the University of Texas now under scrutiny by the SCOTUS.

Originalism in the Classroom

Jun 10, 2011 by David F. Forte |

David F. Forte provides a detailed legal history of originalism and investigates whether, and to what extent, originalism is a part of law school teaching on the Constitution. This article appears in the summer 2011 issue of Academic…

Understanding the Constitution - No Comment

Jun 02, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |

A college student's view of how to improve public understanding of the Electoral College

Video: Christopher Long on The Future of “Educating for Liberty”

Jun 01, 2011 by |

Chris Long tells about ISI's mission to reach today's college students.

The Growth of Originalism

May 25, 2011 by Robert H. Bork |

This introduction by Robert H. Bork to Constitutional originalism appeared in the summer 2011 "Hard Cases: America's Law Schools" issue of Academic Questions (vol. 24, no. 2).

New Excellent Programs: Tocqueville Program and Center for Statesmanship

Aug 24, 2010 by Ashley Thorne |

Check out our list of excellent programs as we add new ones at Indiana and Richmond.

Tea Parties and Political Parties: Some Questions

Aug 09, 2010 by Christina Jeffrey |

Christina Jeffrey argues that neither of the main political parties foster the serious study of the Constitution and the American Founding, and that the “Tea Party” movement offers a constructive alternative.

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