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Debate on the Constitution at Marquette

From Professor John McAdams' blog...
CONSTITUTION DAY CELEBRATION!


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

4:00 - 6:00 PM
RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOMS B AND C

Panel on
"Is the ("Living"?) Constitution a Sound Basis for Our Government Today?"

Panelists:

Gordon Hylton, Marquette Law School
John McAdams, Political Science
Jeffrey Sachse, Political Science
Christopher Wolfe, Political Science

Refreshments provided
Prof. McAdams adds...
Look for this to end up as a debate between McAdams and Wolfe on the one side, and Sachse and Hylton on the other. The issue: whether judges have a right to blow off the expectations of the Founders and interpret the Constitution to mean what they want it to mean.
I'm going to try to attend. It looks like a very interesting event.

Cross posted on Eminent Domain