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Prof. Julian Ku Discusses Constitution’s Role in US Culture and Law on WSHU Public Radio

Julian Ku, Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty Director of International Programs

Julian Ku, the Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, was interviewed on Sept. 20 on WSHU Public Radio, an NPR affiliate in Fairfield, Connecticut.

In an episode of WSHU’s The Full Story inspired by Constitution Day, Professor Ku, host Ron Ropiak, and political science professor Gary Rose of Sacred Heart University discuss the Constitution’s role in U.S. culture and law. (Their discussion is the second half of the episode; it is preceded by an interview with Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard Robinson of Connecticut, the first African American to lead the state’s high court.)

Listen to the interview on the WSHU website. (The segment with Professor Ku starts at the 22:49 mark in the episode.)

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