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Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg Bio
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In Episode 2, “A Constitution for All,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union, the heated argument that exploded on a college campus over the right of free speech and freedom of the press, is an example of First Amendment debates igniting nationwide.

Credit: Mark Schierbecker, Associated Press
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Comedian Jeremy McLellan performs on-stage and talks about free speech being “the life-blood of comedy” in Episode 3, “Our Constitution at Risk,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Jim Taylor

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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit, host of A More or Less Perfect Union, in front of Loudon County Courthouse In Leesburg, Virginia.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Sybil Haydel Morial is a descendant of a slave held captive at the Whitney Plantation. In Episode 2, “A Constitution for All,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union, she shares her ancestor's story of captivity and life at the plantation.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Charlie Birnbaum, a piano tuner, shares his fight for his home in Atlantic City due to an eminent domain claim by the government in Episode 3, “Our Constitution at Risk,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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In Episode 2, “A Constitution for All,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union, Dr. Ibrahima Seck, director of research at the Whitney Plantation, describes the daily life of slaves on the plantation. The bell served as the clock, calling slaves to work before the sun came up, working until sundown, or as the slaves referred to it, working from “can’t see to can’t see.”

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit, visits the Montpelier Train Station in Orange County, Virginia, an example of “separate but equal” in Episode 2, “A Constitution for All” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Jim Taylor
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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit, talks with historic interpretive actor Benjamin Franklin outside of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Director Jim Taylor captures citizens marching for equal rights during the Gay Pride Parade in San Diego, California, for the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Newly sworn-in United States citizens are all smiles and waving flags during a naturalization ceremony at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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A chapter of the Pink Pistols, an LGBTQ gun rights group, practices gun safety and training while exercising their Second Amendment rights in Episode 2, “A Constitution for All” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Jim Taylor
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Phoebe Ferguson (l) and Keith Plessy (r), descendants of Homer Plessy and John Ferguson of Plessy v Ferguson Supreme Court case, met for the first time in the location where Homer Plessy was originally arrested in Episode 3, “Our Constitution at Risk,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Lynne Jackson, a descendant of Dred and Harriet Scott and president and founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, details the struggles of her ancestors' path to freedom from slavery in Episode 2, “A Constitution for All,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit, and host of the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union, on the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Credit: Barbara Potter
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The ratification of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago earned women the right to vote, thanks to suffragettes. Women of all ages claim their Constitutional right in Episode 2, “A Constitution for All,” in the PBS series, A More or Less Perfect Union.

Credit: The Library of Congress
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