The Fourteenth Amendment and Due Process

From Sanity in the Voting Booth

Professor Kevin Lewis argues for the originalist interpretation of the Constitution as he discusses certain aspects of Constitutional law. Professor Lewis specifically addresses the history of the Fourteenth Amendment, Due Process, and the Commerce Clause and their implications for the federal government's involvement in local affairs. In the end, Lewis cautions against the shift in the function of the federal courts from a strictly judiciary role to one of legislation.

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