"E Pluribus Unum" was started by One Columbus last year. It's a series of panel discussions on Constitutional issues. The discussions will begin again on Tuesday.
Rabbi Max Roth, chair of "E Pluribus Unum," wants to make the U.S. Constitution better understood and more accessible. He decided to continue the panel discussions that he calls "The Constitution Then and Now: What it Means to Us and Why."
Thomas P. Dolan, associate professor of political science at Columbus State University, will teach the course. The four topics are the historical setting of the U.S. Constitution as it was written, the Federal style of government that it established, the development of civil liberties and civil rights and what Americans should expect from their government in the future.
The discussions will be in Room 237 of the Commerce and Technology building on main campus.
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The discussions will be 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, and again on Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 9.
Call Roth at 706-596-8005.