July 20-22, 2019
What's On:
• Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino discuss the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

• Suketu Mehta examines global anti-immigrant sentiments

Legal analyst Kim Wehle talks about her guide to understanding the U.S. Constitution
Weekend Highlights:
After Words with Mollie Hemingway & Carrie Severino, Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court 
10 pm ET Saturday; 9 pm and midnight ET Sunday; 3 am ET Monday

The Federalist's Mollie Hemingway and Judicial Crisis Network's Carrie Severino examine the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the future of the court. They're interviewed by Los Angeles Times Supreme Court correspondent David Savage.
Suketu Mehta, This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrant's Manifesto
8:55 pm ET Saturday

Suketu Mehta talks about the global backlash against immigrants and argues that Western countries would be better off if they accepted more of them.
Kim Wehle, How to Read the Constitution and Why
11 pm ET Sunday

CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle offers her guide to reading and understanding the U.S. Constitution.
The C-SPAN Cities Tour takes you to Traverse City, Michigan, to explore its history and literary life.
Book TV on C-SPAN2: Noon ET Saturday
American History TV on C-SPAN3: 2 pm ET Sunday

The C-SPAN Cities Tour is exploring the American story — this weekend featuring Traverse City, Michigan, on Book TV (C-SPAN2) and American History TV (C-SPAN3). We'll highlight the literary life and history of this city located in the greater northern Michigan region. Known as the "Cherry Capital of the World," Traverse City is responsible for two-thirds of the tart cherry production in the U.S. Join us this weekend as we hear from local authors about the area's history, industry and the Great Lakes region.
Visit our special  C-SPAN Cities Tour page, where segments are available to view after they air. Also follow us on Twitter  @CSPANCities.

Thank you to Spectrum for partnering with us in Traverse City.

Join the C-SPAN Cities Tour every first and third weekend of the month as we take you around the country to explore the American story.
C-SPAN partnered with polling firm Ipsos to survey Americans on their familiarity with and attitudes toward space exploration.

See complete findings from the poll here .
The Presidents: Noted Historians Rank America's Best—and Worst—Chief Executives explores the characters and leadership styles of those who have held the nation's highest office.

Order today to add it to your summer reading list.
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