"The Madison Case" - Federal vs. State Powers
The Case Method Institute (CMI) and the Greenwich (CT) League of Women Voters invite you to join the League’s Fifth Annual Community Case Discussion on Zoom on Wednesday, November 10th at 7pm (Eastern). The event will feature Harvard Business School Professor David Moss, who will be moderating the Madison case. This case centers on a key debate at the Constitutional Convention of 1787:
Should the federal government have veto power over state laws?
How much power - and what kind of power - should the federal government have over states?
If you have not yet had the opportunity to register for this event, you may do so here: https://bit.ly/LWVG5thCommDiscussion
Further information and materials will be sent directly do you after you register!
We hope you will sign up to join the discussion! Please know that the Greenwich League would like to extend an invitation to other League chapters or high school teachers in your community (or state) to join us, especially those who are not yet involved with CMI and its work to strengthen civics and history education in high schools. This event will offer a unique chance to learn about the project by experiencing a case discussion firsthand. Please forward this invitation far and wide!
Thank you so much in advance for your help and we look forward to seeing you on November 10th!