Free Speech and the Constraints of Constitutional Democracy

Submitted by Susan Miller on Sun, 01/20/2008 - 16:23.
02/06/2008 - 16:30
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Free Public Lecture

After living 39 years in enforced exile for alleged draft evasion, Dr. Preston King received an unconditional pardon from President Clinton in 2000 from a wrongful and unconstitutional 1961 conviction and jail sentence.  While abroad he distinguished himself as a world-renown educator and scholar with such published works as The Ideology of Order, Thinking Past a Problem, and the much referenced Federalism and Federation.   

Preston King's website
Article on Preston King's Presidental Pardon (The New Crisis, Sept/Oct. 2000)
Black Issues in Higher Education article on Dr. King


Free and open to the public
Visitor Parking: Severance Hall underground lot (entrance on East Boulevard)

Location

Clark Hall, Room 309
11130 Bellflower Road
Cleveland, OH
United States
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