6 Apr 2014 sye   » (Journeyer)

Option 1: "Some constitutional scholars, who call themselves textualists, say that the only source of meaning in constitutional law should be the text of the Constitution itself. What do you think of this? Consider the arguments Professor Amar makes for when we can go beyond the text and whether you find them persuasive."

Option 2:

Option 3: "Pick one of the famous decisions from the Warren Court that Professor Amar discusses (such as Brown v. Board of Education, Reynolds v. Simms, or New York Times v. Sullivan). Either defend or criticize the decision the Court came to using the types of constitutional argument that Professor Amar has described in his lectures."

Option 3 New York Times v. Sullivan is most pertinent to our current time. I think I'll dig more into THAT case.

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