NCC LECTURE SERIES CELEBRATES CONSTITUTION DAY
Chief Justice John Marshall comes to life through living history presenter, Richard Hesse, at Nashua Community College on Thursday, September 15th at 7pm in the Gregg Hall auditorium. Hesse, emeritus professor of the University of New Hampshire School of Law, previously presented “The Founding Fathers” at NCC.
In “A Conversation with John Marshall”, Hesse steps into the role of the Supreme Court chief justice in the year of 1835. Marshall served as chief justice since 1801 and was instrumental in the molding of the national government. He was opposed by some of the exceptional leaders of the young government, including Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson. Yet Marshall prevailed.