Guest host Lana Ulrich uncovers the life of Harriet Scott, the wife and co-plaintiff of Dred Scott in one of the most infamous Supreme Court cases, and is joined by Martha S. Jones and Lea VanderVelde.

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Lana Ulrich memorializes Callie House, the trailblazing reparations advocate who led one of the largest grassroots movements in African American history, with Professors Mary Frances Berry and Tiffany Patterson.

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Jeffrey Rosen details the story of John Bingham, one of the most important but least-known visionaries of the post-Civil War Constitution, with and Kurt Lash and Gerard Magliocca.

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Jeffrey Rosen leads a discussion about the life and constitutional legacy of legendary abolitionist Frederick Douglass. 

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What is Treason?

Jeffrey Rosen leads a discussion about the constitutional definition of treason. 

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Jeffrey Rosen leads a discussion about the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, Justice Gorsuch’s first year on the Supreme Court, and what the future of the Court might look like.

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Leading Civil War and Reconstruction scholars discuss the history and meaning of the 14th Amendment in celebration of its 150th anniversary.

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John Elwood, Leah Litman, and Christopher Yoo, three of Anthony Kennedy’s former clerks, join We The People to discuss the Justice’s Supreme Court legacy.

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Jeffrey Rosen, host of “We the People,” moderates a panel discussion at the Aspen Institute’s Ideas Festival about the Supreme Court’s momentous recent term. 

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Erin E. Murphy of New York University Law School and Andrea Roth of University of California Berkeley School of Law discuss the Golden State killer case and the future of genetic privacy with host Jeffrey Rosen.

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