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Personal Freedoms in a Post-9/11 World

An image of a gavel and the U.S. Constitution.Personal Freedoms in a Post-9/11 World

Monday, September 19, 2011

This moderated panel discussion, in celebration of Constitution Day, featured U.S. District Court Judge William Lee and COAS faculty experts. The panelists discussed philosophical bases for personal freedoms and the evolution of our understanding of those freedoms from the founding of the United States of America to today. Questions from the audience followed opening comments.

Moderator:
Andrew Downs, Assistant Professor and Director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics, IPFW

Panelists:
William Lee, U.S. District Court Judge, Fort Wayne
Elliot Bartky, Assistant Professor of Political Science, IPFW
Jeff Malanson, Assistant Professor of History, IPFW

Video coverage of event on Indiana News Center's website.

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