Monday, October 12, 2020

I Will Be Teaching 14th Amendment History in the Spring

At the college whose name we dare not speak.  This should be entertaining. I may not assign a textbook, but just work through the decisions and the debates about passage and ratification.  I am sure that I have never read any of the state ratification debates 

2 comments:

Unknown said...

I'm recalling that one or more of the Volokh conspiracy authors are continuously adding to a constitution casebook, which might be of interest. I suspect a search of their various archoves (Original, Washington Post era, and current Reason.org era) might have lots of useful stuff.

A quick search brings up this, which I think might be part of that project?:

http://www.paulsencalabresiconstitution.com/forms/sample6.pdf?v=2

Sidecar said...

http://www.supremelaw.org/authors/lawrence/no14th.htm

This may or may not be of interest. Just a different perspective.