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Hating Lincoln in the Progressive Era, Bethany Villaruz, UG '24 (3963387)

Edgar Lee Masters is known for creating one of the first—and most aggressive—anti-Lincoln biographies of all time: Lincoln: The Man. This paper explores Masters’ motivation for…

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Robert E. Lee: A Life

Robert E. Lee is one of the most confounding figures in American history. Lee betrayed his nation in order to defend his home state and uphold the slave system he claimed to oppose. He was a traitor…

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Statesmanship as Human Excellence: Exemplars of Greatness, Courage, and Moderation

The lecture will challenge the widespread, even dominant, view of politics as nothing but a vehicle for raw power and domination. Such false realism obfuscates both the very real quest for justice…

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Statesmanship as Human Excellence- Exemplars of Greatness, Courage, and Moderation

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Juneteenth: A Conversation with Dr. Tera Hunter

Enjoy an informative discussion with Dr. Tera Hunter as she explores the history, context, and personal meaning of Juneteenth. The talk includes a brief Q&A. Sponsored by The Office of Human…

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Ralph Ellison: The Black American Novel as Cultural Commentary

Lucas Morel, John K. Boardman, Jr. Professor of Politics; Head of the Politics Department, Washington and Lee University, and Antonin Scalia, Communications Coordinator, James Madison Program,…

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Statesmanship in Times of Crisis: Robert P. George in Conversation with Allen C. Guelzo

Allen C. Guelzo, Senior Research Scholar in the Council of the Humanities and Director of the Initiative on Politics and Statesmanship in the James Madison Program, Princeton University and Robert P.…

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Lincoln and Washington: Statesmen of Racial Reconciliation, Lecture 3

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Lincoln and Washington: Statesmen of Racial Reconciliation, Lecture 2

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Lincoln and Washington: Statesmen of Racial Reconciliation, Lecture 1

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The Two Revolutions, Or How the United States Divided into Two Countries - James Piereson

The Two Revolutions, Or How the United States Divided into Two Countries Speaker: James Piereson, President, William E. Simon Foundation and Senior Fellow, the Manhattan Institute Princeton…

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Con Interp: Revisiting the Classroom Experience

Constitutional Interpretation: Revisiting the Classroom Experience Robert P. George Princeton University June 1, 2018

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The Anchoring Truth that Still Comes as News: The Pervasive Moral Logic of the Law

The Anchoring Truth that Still Comes as News: The Pervasive Moral Logic of the Law Speaker - Hadley Arkes James Madison Program Princeton University October 15, 2017

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What Makes for Greatness in a President?

Alvin S. Felzenberg, University of Pennsylvania and George Washington University Author of The Leaders We Deserved (And a Few We Didn't): Rethinking the Presidential Rating Game

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Assessing Presidential Legacies

Alvin Felzenberg, University of Pennsylvania

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How Naked a Public Square? Reconsidering the Place of Religion in American Public Life / Religion in American History and Contemporary Politics

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Author and Historian; Respondents: Jeanne Heffernan, Villanova University; George McKenna, City College of New York; Moderator: Hadley Arkes, Amherst College

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