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The Bill of Rights and What It Means Today

Course Description

This course will focus on the limitations imposed on the United States national government in the original Constitution (1789), and especially in the Bill of Rights (1791), and on the limitations imposed by subsequent amendments, especially those imposed on the states (and local governments) through the 13th (1865), 14th (1868) and 15th (1870) Amendments. While we will respond to your interests as we go through topics, we will spend most of our time on Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Due Process of Law, and Equal Protection of the Laws.

Please note: this course requires membership in Silver Frogs Membership Spring 2019

Number of Seat(s) Available: We are sorry but the course you attempted to register for is full.

Code:SF19SC21
Dates:March 22 - April 12, 2019
Meets:F from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, 4 sessions
Hours:6.00
Instructor:Donald Jackson
Fee: $0.00Fee Breakdown

11/16 class 1:30pm - 3pm due to Luncheon Lecture