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National Constitution Center


525 Arch St.
Independence Mall
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Main Contact: Undisclosed

http://www.constitutioncenter.org


Business Description:

Interactive Museum Devoted to the Constitution.


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Business Information:

  • Established in 1986
  • Non Profit
  • Member Since 1992

RECENT POSTS

  • MAR
    05
  • Top scholars to face off on whether the president has the authority to

    Wednesday, March 05, 2014 12:00 AM

    Posted on 3/3/2014 by Ms. Laurie Rosard of National Constitution Center

    Philadelphia, PA (February 7, 2014) – Hailed as the “equivalent of a pro-wrestling smackdown,” by the New York Times, award-winning NPR show Intelligence Squared U.S. comes to the National Constitution Center for an exciting and lively debate. Following the traditional Oxford-style debate format, with one side proposing and the other side opposing a topic, the interactive program asks the audience to vote both before and after the debate, thus judging which team has had more influence in their argument. The debate will take place Wednesday, March 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. and features top scholars Alan Dershowitz and Noah Feldman of Harvard Law School, the American Civil Liberties Union’s Hina Shamsi, and Ohio Northern University Pettit School of Law’s Michael W. Lewis. John Donvan of ABC News will moderate. This program is supported by the Daniel Berger Programming Fund.

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  • JAN
    01
  • NEITHER RED NOR BLUE: LIBERTARIAN VOTERS IN THE 2008 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

    Posted on 9/23/2008 by Ms. Robin Morris of National Constitution Center

    On October 2, barely a month before the presidential election, the National Constitution Center will host a public event about the impact of libertarian and independent voters on the 2008 presidential race. The Cato Institute’s Executive Vice President, David Boaz, and William Redpath, National Chair of the Libertarian Party, will explain libertarian perspectives and ideas, and then address the crucial role that will be played on election day by millions of voters in the U.S. today who are either fully libertarian or who view many key issues from a libertarian standpoint.

    Tickets are free but reservations are required. Please call 215.409.6700 (Mon-Sat, 10-5) or order online (https://national-constitution-center.ticketleap.com/buy-tickets/lecture-series/neither-red-nor-blue-libertarian-voters-in-the-2008-presidential-election/philadelphia/7802AF82-77FD-4E76-ADAF-C23306D7610).

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  • JAN
    01
  • Election '08: Carly Fiorina and the Future of the American Economy

    Posted on 9/23/2008 by Ms. Robin Morris of National Constitution Center

    With many Americans feeling anxious about their jobs, paychecks, home values and commuting costs, the economy looms as a major issue in the 2008 presidential campaign. As part of the National Constitution Center’s Election 08: The Power of We series, Carly Fiorina joins us to discuss the economic challenges facing the country and the next president. Fiorina is one of the most recognizable and influential business leaders in the country. As a regular passenger on John McCain’s Straight Talk Express, she is in a unique position to speak to the economic policies of the Republican nominee. Zanny Minton-Beddoes, economics editor at The Economist, moderates.
    For tickets, call 215.409.6700 (Monday-Saturday, 10-5) or order online (https://national-constitution-center.ticketleap.com/buy-tickets/academic-lecture-series/election-08-carly-fiorina-on-the-future-of-the-american-economy/philadelphia/2B3EB653-7EAA-4DB2-8044-3CE05C92A7C).

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  • JAN
    01
  • On the Eve of the Olympics: The United States and China

    Posted on 7/1/2008 by Ms. Robin Morris of National Constitution Center

    Exactly one month before the opening of the Summer Olympics in Beijing, the National Constitution Center presents a film screening and discussion with producer Elissa Rubin and China expert Jacques deLisle about the relationship between the U.S. and China. From U.S. debt to trade regulation, and human rights to freedom of speech, the backdrop of the Olympic games has brought into sharp focus the complicated and fraught relationship between these global powers. The Center will show parts of a sweeping series examining contemporary China, Koppel on Discovery: The People’s Republic of Capitalism produced by veteran broadcaster Ted Koppel which will air on the Discovery Channel in July.

    To reserve tickets, please call 215.409.6700 or visit https://www.ticketleap.com/member/event.aspx?event_id=88D4A92C-5E7A-4CB3-A1E0-50B577BDD19.

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  • JAN
    01
  • The Global Environment with Jeffrey Sachs

    Posted on 4/15/2008 by Ms. Robin Morris of National Constitution Center

    April 22, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.: "The Global Environment," with Jeffrey Sachs

    Join the National Constitution Center this Earth Day for a program in the Red, White, Blue and Green speaker series, featuring leading international economic advisor Jeffrey D. Sachs, author of the New York Times bestseller, The End of Poverty, and the forthcoming book, Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet. Considered one of the world’s greatest economists, Sachs provides an assessment of the environmental factors that threaten global prosperity, and a practical set of solutions based on a new economic paradigm for a crowded planet. Bill Blakemore of ABC News will moderate.

    $12 members, $15 non-members, Reservations required. Please call 215-409-6700

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  • JAN
    01
  • March 20, 2008: The Business of Going Green with Newt Gingrich

    Posted on 3/14/2008 by Ms. Robin Morris of National Constitution Center

    Thursday, Mar. 20, 2008
    6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    Reservations required. Please call 215-409-6700.
    Join the National Constitution Center for an event featuring Newt Gingrich and executives engaged in the business of going green, in the first program of our Red, White, Blue and Green series. Increasingly, companies are leading the charge to develop and invest in environmentally friendly technology–not just because it is good for our planet, but because it is good for the bottom line. Gingrich writes, "We depend on accurate scientific data to guide us, but it is "we the people" who will ultimately decide how best to achieve a sufficient and sustainable quality of life."
    Newt Gingrich is joined by Scholastic's Francine Colaneri and GM's Alan R. Weverstad. The Wall Street Journal's Jeffrey Ball who covers the business of the environment, will moderate.

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