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Virtual Event: Voices and; Votes Lecture: Fixing the U.S. Constitution: What Needs Changing, How and Why?

Thursday, June 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The U.S. Constitution set as its primary purpose “to form a more perfect Union,” and ever since its drafting, often raucous calls have demanded changing its provisions or processes to “perfect” that Union. Perennially heated arguments have attached to how changes were to occur and what changes should be. What needs fixing has been a question for every generation since 1789. Thomas J. Davis, historian, lawyer and ASU professor of U.S. Constitutional and Legal History will speak on how exploring what has changed over time and why, opens perspectives on calls today to change the nation’s fundamental and organic law. Visit the Ask a Librarian desk, call 928-777-1526 or email ask.librarian@prescott-az.gov to receive the Zoom* invitation. *Call in option available, no computer required. Presented with funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library.

Organizer

Ruthie Hewitt
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Venue

Prescott Public Library via Zoom
215 E Goodwin St. Prescott, Arizona United States

CONTACT

  • Recreation Services
  • Parks Administration
  • Recreation Service Office

    824 E Gurley St

  • 928-777-1552

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