Hillsdale College is celebrating our the September 17, 1787 signing of The United States Constitution via a “Constitution Day Celebration” on September 16 and 17 by offering a free on-line WebCast of the event.
To register for the event, click here.
Featuring speeches, panel discussions, and debates about the Constitution and current threats to its enduring principles, the two-day program will cover a range of topics:
- The Constitution and Free Markets
- The Future of Civic Education
- How to Interpret the Constitution
- National Security and the Patriot Act
- Tea Parties and the Constitution
- What We Can Learn from George Washington, and many other exciting topics.
This event will feature leading thinkers including syndicated columnist George Will, author and historian Richard Brookhiser, political commentator Michael Barone, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, and top scholars from Hillsdale College and around the country. As a webcast participant, you will have the opportunity to interact with the speakers by submitting questions online.
Last year’s event was spectacular and I have every confidence that this event will be even better! This is distance learning at its best and note the opportunity to interact with speakers.