|Other author/creator||O'Connor, Sandra Day, 1930-|
|Other author/creator||Breyer, Stephen G., 1938-|
|Other author/creator||Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands.|
|Other author/creator||Annenberg Public Policy Center.|
||Sunnylands seminars. Judicial branch
Sunnylands seminars. Judicial branch. ^A720078
||Introduction -- Teaching the Constitution -- Why have a constitution? -- Helping to solve problems -- The power of precedent -- Moral values/Decision-making -- Separation of powers -- Relevance today -- Federalism -- Individual liberty vs. security -- Most influential cases -- Court decision making -- Conclusion.
||United States Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O'Connor and Stephen Breyer talk about the Constitution with high school students and discuss why we have and need a constitution, what federalism is, how implicit and explicit rights are defined and how separation of powers ensures that no one branch of government obtains too much power.
|General note||Prepared for Constitution Day 2005.|
|General note||"Sunnylands seminars, the judicial branch."--Container.|
|General note||"Created by the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands in partnership with the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania."|
|Language||Subtitled in English and French.|
|Language||Subtitled in English and Spanish.|