SOURCE: Mother Jones
In 1818, Charles Pinckney of South Carolina sent John Quincy Adams a fake document that made it look like Pinckney was a principal author of the 1787 Constitution. At the time, the ruse was rejected. Why are Supreme Court conservatives looking to this document in to justify their decisions?
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by J. Michael Luttig
"Such a doctrine would be antithetical to the Framers’ intent, and to the text, fundamental design, and architecture of the Constitution."
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