SOURCE: The Atlantic
by David H. Gans
"This is a Court that insists it is following history and tradition where they lead, while cherry-picking the history it cares about to reach conservative results."
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Saul Cornell
"If the justices professing to believe in originalism are sincere about their method, this case offers the rare opportunity to prove that originalism is not always a prescription for results-oriented judging that follows a conservative political agenda."
Julian Davis Mortenson and Nicholas Bagley put forth a sweeping argument: an ascendant legal theory championed by conservative originalists has no actual basis in history.
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