Resilient Constitution: Our Original Compact for the Ages Confronts "The Various Crises of Human Affairs" Garrett Epps -- @profepps Professor of Law, University of Baltimore Legal Affairs Editor, The American Prospect Moderator Emily Bazelon-- @emilybazelon Senior Editor, Slate The ability to bounce back, to absorb shocks, to persevere, to retain functionality over time, to endure, to adapt, to succeed, to survive, to sustain... so many verbs are conjured up by the term "resilience." Whether we're talking about our bodies, our minds, our communities, our institutions or our natural environment, the R-word provides a conceptual framework for designing a better tomorrow. Please join us for a wide-ranging inquiry on what it means to be resilient and what a resilient future could look like. http://www.newamerica.net/events/2012/defining_resilience
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