The U.S. Constitution and the Vote

Americans have revered and argued over the meaning of the Constitution since its ratification over 230 years ago—but what does it say about voting, who gets to vote, and why?

Lecture Description

Voting rights have become an increasingly partisan battleground in the United States. This program examines the founding document at the heart of the American experiment of self-government—and the dramatic inclusions and omissions that would have centuries-long repercussions.

CATEGORIES

Elections, Electoral College, Voting Rights Legal and Constitutional

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