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POLS 1105H (Dougherty): Originalism and the Supreme Court

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U.S. Supreme Court, 2 ed.

Articles about Original Intent

Original Intent and the Constitution has been argued since the nation was founded.  Doing a search in the Multisearch about it can be overwhelming!  To cut down on the sheer volume of materials, you can try searching for a particular justice and "original intent", or a specific amendment to the Constitution (for example, the Second Amendment).

Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States

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