Dr. David Adler's Latest "We The People" Column

Court’s Creation of Executive Privilege Without Foundation

The Supreme Court’s historic rejection in U.S. v. Nixon (1974) –“The Watergate Tapes Case”--of President Richard Nixon’s assertion of an “absolute” and “unreviewable” authority to invoke executive privilege, saved the republic from an unaccountable, autocratic executive and won richly-deserved praise from a grateful citizenry across America.

Humanities ND to Host Chautauqua Training Institute

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In partnership with the State Historical Society of North Dakota, Humanities North Dakota plans to strengthen the modern Chautauqua movement by hosting the 2022 Chautauqua Training Institute, a year-long incubator program that seeks to identify, prepare, and support more scholars to develop presentations in the personae of important historical figures and to perform as those personalities for public audiences.