Discussion of topics for Future Constitution Classes

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Discussion of topics for Future Constitution Classes

Postby Karen_M » Tue Dec 13, 2011 6:37 pm

This discussion is for anyone wishing to post their ideas about what topics they would like to see covered in the "Understanding the Constitution" classes held onsite in the dome Sundays at 3:00 pm.
Our first class with Professor Davidson from UO went great! We would like input from anyone who attended or would like to attend about what specific topics they would like to see covered in future classes.
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Re: Discussion of topics for Future Constitution Classes

Postby plantacara! » Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:51 am

There was one idea brought up at the last class regarding Common Law and wanting some discussion around that.
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Re: Discussion of topics for Future Constitution Classes

Postby davidsonjohn » Sun Dec 18, 2011 2:50 pm

This is John Davidson. I was scheduled to lecture / facilitate discussion today (December 18), but I'm sick and need to stay in bed. I encourage whoever shows up to improvise, sharing thoughts, questions and answers with each other. Many of you have substantial knowledge of the Constitution, its interpretation, strengths, weaknesses and potential in this time of challenges, change, and possibility.

Best Regards,

John
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