A Givers, Doers, & Thinkers Webinar: Sorely Needed Help for the Associative Right


It’s right there, smack dab in the very First Amendment to the Constitution: the right of the people peaceably to assemble. But for many Americans, including, it seems, the United States Supreme Court, the associative right—the very foundation of self-government—is off the radar screen, misunderstood, and poorly defended.

How this came to be, and what remedies are needed, will be the subjects of an important Center for Civil Society webinar on June 29th, when Luke C. Sheahan PhD—Duquesne University professor, author of the critically acclaimed Why Associations Matter, and widely considered America’s premier scholar on how federal courts have given this essential right legal short shrift—will join C4CS senior fellow Jack Fowler for an hour-long discussion—free, and via Zoom—on “Sorely Needed Help for the Associative Right.”

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