Annual Constitution Day Address

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Celebrating the U.S. Constitution

Each year, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leaderships hosts an annual Constitution Day Address, meant to be a celebration of the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and the importance of the document today. 

In its third year, the Constitution Day Lecture has welcomed deep conversation and productive debate about the crafting of the U.S. Constitution, its writers, and its objectives. Watch all of our previous Constitution Day lectures below. 

In the media 

A celebration of ideals

School of Economic Thought and Leadership Associate Director Adam Seagrave penned this op-ed about how Sen. John McCain and Founding Father Thomas Jefferson might encourage us to celebrate the day.

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American Flags, Washington, D.C.

ASU professor discusses the history, importance of Constitution Day

Sept. 17 a national day to reflect on the impact of the original document, both its governing principles and its compromises

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5 things to know about the Constitution

In honor of Constitution Day, ASU hosts events to promote understanding and appreciation of our nation’s fundamental law.

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