Democracy & the Rule of Law: Where Are We Now? (Premium Course)
NEW DATE: June 18, 5:30-6:30PM EDT – Zoom Room One
As is well known, America’s founding political commitments were to democracy and the rule of law. Some have described them as the soul and spirit of our nation. And over the generations citizens have given their lives to preserve those commitments. But it turns out that their meanings are contested and open to interpretation, and some now question the pillars on which our country was built
NOTES: One Day University Members can save $40.00 USD on registration for this seminar by using code MEMBER at Checkout. Zoom meeting information will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the beginning of class.
Austin Sarat is Associate Provost and Associate Dean of the Faculty and William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science at Amherst College. He is author or editor of more than ninety books including “The Death Penalty on the Ballot: Democracy and the Fate of Capital Punishment”. A profile of him in US News and World Report noted that he is “one of the best loved professors at Amherst College”
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