American Government in the 21st Century -- Does the Constitution Matter Anymore?

With Mickey Edwards

Thu, 11/20/2008
6 PM, by invitation only
Graduate Students

This dinner discussion, "American Government in the 21st Century -- Does the Constitution Matter Anymore?" is part of the MPP/MPA Series: Law in the Public Service: Not Just for Lawyers. Mickey Edwards is Visiting Lecturer in Public and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School.

This event is by invitation only. If interested, please e-mail Leslie Gerwin at

Mickey Edwards is a lecturer in public and international affairs at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School. Before coming to Princeton he taught for 11 years at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he was the John Quincy Adams Lecturer in Legislative Practice. Edwards has also been a visiting lecturer at the Harvard Law School and a visiting professor at Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute. Before beginning a teaching career, Edwards was a member of Congress for 16 years and was a member of the House Republican Leadership, a member of the Appropriations and Budget Committees, and the ranking member of the House subcommittee on foreign operations. For more information on Mickey Edwards, see his LAPA profile.