Constitution Day Address by Seth Lipsky: "Boldness of the President"
Constitution Day recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution, signed by the Constitutional Convention on September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia. This year The King's College observes this day on Monday, September 18 with an address by Seth Lipsky, founder and editor of the New York Sun, on the "Boldness of the President." He wrote recently on the separation powers in a Wall Street Journal article, "Watergate Lessons for Trump's Era." About Seth Lipsky Seth Lipsky has been described in the Boston Globe as a "legendary figure in contemporary journalism." A graduate of Harvard College, he served in the U.S. Army, where he was a combat reporter in Vietnam for the GI daily, Pacific Stars and Stripes. He went on to play a role in launching four newspapers — the Asian Wall Street Journal, the Wall Street Journal Europe, the Jewish Forward, and The New York Sun, of which he is editor and proprietor. He is the author of, among other books, "The Citizen's Constitution, An Annotated Guide," and has been called by Jeffrey Goldberg, "the most interesting mind in journalism." Questions Contact the Conferences and Events department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-659-7200 with questions.