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What Do Our Constitutions Mean?

April 26, 2017

Anthony Johnstone considers today’s legal and political controversies through the lens of the United States and Montana Constitutions. He draws on the text and history of those documents, as well as the principles and practices of We the People, that work together to shape constitutional meaning from the halls of the United States Supreme Court to the streets of Montana. Through lively and wide-ranging discussions, participants will explore sometimes surprising perspectives that take us beyond current divisions and into the shared civic vocabulary found in our federal and state constitutions.

Funded project of Montana Humanities, as state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Time: 6:00 pm

Contact: Montana Humanities Phone: (406) 243-6022
Mission Valley United Methodist Church
70715 US-93
Charlo, MT 59824
United States
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