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We are a radio show about interesting and controversial issues in constitutional law produced in partnership with the Home of the Constitution, James Madison's Montpelier. We broadcast each Sunday at 3:00 PM on WETS-FM, the NPR affiliate in Johnson City, Tennessee and at 7:00 PM on WVTF's RADIO IQ Network throughout Central and Southwest Virginia. Our website is http://center.montpelier.org/ywc. You can also follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/YourWeekly. And, of course, we have a Facebook page: http://facebook.com/Your.Weekly.Constitutional. Thanks for listening.

Your Weekly Constitutional Stewart Harris

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    • 4.7, 74 Ratings

We are a radio show about interesting and controversial issues in constitutional law produced in partnership with the Home of the Constitution, James Madison's Montpelier. We broadcast each Sunday at 3:00 PM on WETS-FM, the NPR affiliate in Johnson City, Tennessee and at 7:00 PM on WVTF's RADIO IQ Network throughout Central and Southwest Virginia. Our website is http://center.montpelier.org/ywc. You can also follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/YourWeekly. And, of course, we have a Facebook page: http://facebook.com/Your.Weekly.Constitutional. Thanks for listening.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

121664 ,

Love it

We all need to learn

USMC3037 ,

Outstanding

Professor Harris’s knowledge on the history and context of the Constitution seems endless. I took a class from him at Montpelier and couldn’t have learned more. He is considerate regarding others’ views and respectfully plays devil’s advocate when necessary. If you want to learn about the Constitution and not feel as though you’re listening to paint dry, you need to listen to this podcast.

saaskya ,

What a gem!

I found this podcast mentioned in a reddit comment. I’m so glad I did! I’ve really enjoyed the unpretentious style of the interviews, the great variety of topics, the little quizzes, and that it is published weekly. I’m an undergrad aiming for law school and have aced all the quizzes so far thanks to my con law and government classes. The shows have also offered some more in depth background to cases I’ve studied in school like Kelo, Barron v Baltimore, and the Native American cases of the 1830s. Love it all! 😁

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