by Donald J. Fraser
As John Marshall noted, “historians can never forget that it is a debate they are interpreting.”
by Randy Barnett
A fight over originalism.
by Jonathan Gienapp
That’s what this historian thinks.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Jill Lepore
How should the courts use history?
by Akhil Reed Amar
He's an originalist. So are (surprise!) a lot of liberals.
by Andrew Shankman
The stable original intent we can most likely take from them is that we all must be keenly alive to our duty to be thoughtful, compassionate citizens.
by Kristen Greif
It wasn’t Robert Bork or Antonin Scalia.
by Alan Singer
"The key issues I want to address in this article are the constitutional principles Mr. LaPierre is so intent on defending."
An index of our coverage.
- Who Should Own Photos of Slaves? The Descendants, not Harvard, a Lawsuit Says
- No, Fox’s Katie Pavlich, the US Wasn’t the First to Abolish Slavery
- Boeing Brings 100 Years Of History To Its Fight To Restore Its Reputation
- Destroying Istanbul to 'Restore' It
- “Votes For Women," an Upcoming Exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery, Highlights the Bold Accomplishments of Women of Color
- Medgar Evers' home established as a national monument in Jackson
- MIT Historian Kate Brown Alleges United Nations Scientific Cover-Up Of Death And Disease Toll From Chernobyl
- Atlanta’s Civil War Monument, Minus the Pro-Confederate Bunkum
- In the age of distraction, one small publisher keeps local history alive in sepia tones
- Historians Weigh In: Are we returning to an age of political extremes?