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The Court's Assault on the Constitution: Abortion, Religion and Guns

Adler, President of the Alturas Institute, is the recipient of writing, teaching and civic awards, and has lectured nationally and internationally on the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and presidential power. His scholarly writings have been quoted by the US Supreme Court, lower federal courts, the justice department, state department, White House Counsel, Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and historians, political scientists and legal scholars across the world.

The Alturas Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan educational organization, dedicated to defending American Democracy by advancing the Constitution, civic education, equal protection of the law and gender equality

David Gray Adler is President of The Alturas Institute, a non-profit organization created to promote the Constitution, gender equality, and civic education. A recipient of teaching, writing and civic awards, Adler has lectured nationally and internationally, and published widely, on the Constitution, presidential power and the Bill of Rights. He is the author of six books, including, most recently, The War Power in an Age of Terrorism, as well as more than 100 scholarly articles in the leading journals of his field. He is currently writing a book on the landmark Supreme Court decision in Reed v. Reed, which had its origins in Idaho and transformed the law for American women. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will write the foreword to the book, the research and writing of which is supported by a research fellowship from the Idaho Humanities Council.