Sunday, April 2, 2017

Bilder on Originalism and the Gorsuch Nomination

“Originalism requires that the Constitution be a type of document literally beyond the capacity and purpose of the framers,” writes Mary Sarah Bilder, Boston College Law, in an op-ed prompted by Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings, in today’s Boston Globe.   And, while I’m on the topic of originalism, here is my Georgetown Law colleague Randy Barnett’s response to Jonathan Gienapp’s blog post, Constitutional Originalism and History, and here is an additional observation by another Georgetown Law colleague, Lawrence Solum.

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