William Pruden

Head of the Upper School, Ravenscroft

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Head of the Upper School at Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, North Carolina; former professor of US History

William Pruden on KCRW

The new Republican majority in the House, especially those with Tea Party backing, revere the  US Constitution  as the last word on American government.

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