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Challenging the Party's Lead: Reframing Chinese Law & its Influence Upon American Data Privacy, Zoe San Martin, UG '24 (64FAF405)

Over the last decade, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and its data privacy regime have drawn national security concern. Adding onto the critique of Chinese authoritarianism, policy…

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Bradford Seminar - "The Green Amendment Movement: Should We Have a Constitutional Right to a Clean Environment?"

Senator Andrew Zwicker is a physicist and a member of the New Jersey Senate representing Central NJ's 16th Legislative District. He serves as Chair of the Legislative Oversight Committee,…

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The Categories and Sources of Foundational Concepts

The Charles E. Test, M.D. '37 Lectures featuring Professor James W. Ceaser. James W. Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since…

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Daniel Webster, Second Reply to Hayne

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Fixing Bugs in Democracy: Dave Daley & Sam Wang, A Second Conversation

David Daley explored how we can fight for change in his new book, "Unrigged: How Americans are Battling Back to Save Democracy." In this followup video to an earlier conversation, Professor…

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Fixing Bugs in Democracy: Gerrymandering

David Daley has spent years raising the alarm about partisan gerrymandering and its threat to democracy. Now he's exploring how we can fight for change in his new book, "Unrigged: How…

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The Supreme Court and the Inversion of the Due Process Clauses: From a Judicial Rule Against Arbitrary Power to the Power of Arbitrary Judicial Rule

Matthew J. Franck, Radford University

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The Spanish Language and U.S. Citizenship

Rosina Lozano, Assistant Professor of History, traces the official use of the Spanish language in governmental capacities and through political activities by the new US citizens formed after the…

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In the Nation's Service (Q&A Segment)

Woodrow Wilson Award recipient Sonia Sotomayor '76, Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court, responds to questions from the audience as a follow-up to her award lecture at Alumni Day 2014.

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