More to Explore from A More or Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg
Delve into the Bill of Rights, which protects free speech, religious freedom, and the rights of persons accused of a crime, and discover the Supreme Court decisions that set back racial justice for nearly a century after the Civil War.
Examine the struggles and compromises in the creation of the document that protects our liberties. Constitutional experts, “Framers,” and everyday Americans weigh in on the rule of law, the branches of government, and the debate over originalism.
Discover how the Constitution is under assault today and how all three branches of government – and we the people -- are contributing to the problem. See how Americans have fought for more than two centuries to establish, expand and preserve liberty.
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