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Constitution USA with Peter Sagal

Built to Last? (#104)

Peter Sagal visits Iceland and explores why the US Constitution has lasted more than 225 years. [56 minutes] TV-PG Closed Captioning

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Series Description: This series is a multi-media project that explores the Constitution and its role in the American story -- from its creation, to the crises that challenged and reshaped it, to contemporary debates over rights and the role of government.

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    The Constitution's most innovative feature, its resilient brand of federalism, is explored. [56 minutes]

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