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Federal Judge Douglas Ginsburg Explores US History Through Constitutional Debates

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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit, host of A More or Less Perfect Union, in front of Loudon County Courthouse In Leesburg, Virginia. (Barbara Potter/Free to Choose Media)

Judge Douglas Ginsburg has spent his career analyzing, teaching and ruling on constitutional law. Known for a short-lived nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Ginsburg is now the host of a new PBS series. “A More or Less Perfect Union” explores the Constitution’s creation and the tensions over its core protections that shaped U.S. history. Judge Ginsburg joins Forum to preview the series and give his take on the constitutional questions of the current impeachment process.


Douglas H. Ginsburg, judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit; professor of law, George Mason University; host, "A More or Less Perfect Union: A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg"


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