Did the framers and ratifiers of the United States Constitution think that changes in American society would require changes in the text or interpretation of the Constitution? If those who created the Constitution understood or even anticipated the possibility of major social alterations, how did they expect constitutional law – text and interpretation – to accommodate such developments?
Constitutional Law | Law | Law and Society
Philip A. Hamburger,
The Constitution's Accommodation of Social Change,
Mich. L. Rev.
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