THE CONSTITUTION IN 2020 @ The ACS National Convention

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Tom Wolf

This past weekend, ACS held its annual National Convention at Washington, D.C.'s Renaissance Mayflower Hotel. While the event was heavily attended -- and even written about (see Lydia DePillis's "Et Tu, Scalia? Dispatch from the American Constitution Society Convention" on Slate for one journalist's reaction and a thumbnail on the history of ACS) -- we know even more people wished they could be there. Luckily, the bulk of the convention was taped -- including Saturday afternoon's Constitution in 2020 presentation and panel, which featured several of the book's editors and authors discussing the origins and aims of the 2020 project, as well as outlining their own ideas for the Constitution's future. For more highlights from the conference, click here.