As an Observer of Our Legal System, Which "School of Thought" Do You Embrace?
Professor Epstein was through when writing "Written in Stone." He begins with "Fleshing out spare texts is, if not the critical question in modern constitutional law." The constitution is rock solid and written for a particular day and time. If the constitution was written in 2005 there would be some differences. Therefore, the constitutions should be fleshed out, but not to the point to change the entire meaning.
Epstein also stated "the initial text sets the first leg of the journey, but does not provide a roadmap for the entire trip." …
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