Should the Constitution be interpreted as the writers intended or is it a living document which changes over time? Explain.

Questions and Sources
A. Voting
Question: Is voting (rights, districting, etc.) currently consistent with the Supreme Court’s decisions in the Baker and Reynolds cases? Explain, based on the textbook chapter on those cases and two articles below. Or you can substitute one or both of your own sources for the articles, but they must have named authors (not editor) and be written since 2015.

1. Voting rights – Supreme Court (Links to an external site.)

2. Voting rights (Links to an external site.)

3. Voting rights – Georgia (Links to an external site.)

4. Voting rights – Texas (Links to an external site.)

5. “New Jim Crow” voting laws (Links to an external site.)

6. Republicans defend voting laws (Links to an external site.)
7. Defense of Georgia law (Links to an external site.)

8. Germander (Links to an external site.)

9. Redistricting and Supreme Court (Links to an external site.)

10. Redistricting and Republicans (Links to an external site.)

11. Supreme Court and Politics (Links to an external site.)

B. Sullivan Case
Question: Should the Sullivan case be overturned? Explain, based on the textbook chapter on the case and two articles below. Or you can substitute one or both of your own sources for the articles, but they must have named authors (not editor) and be written since 2015.

1. South Carolina (Links to an external site.)

2. Reason (Links to an external site.)

3. NY Times (Links to an external site.)

4. CNN (Links to an external site.)

5. American Bar (Links to an external site.)

6. Medium (Links to an external site.)

C. Secession
Question: Can states legally secede? Explain, based on two articles below. Or you can substitute one or both of your own sources for the articles, but they must have named authors (not editor) and be written since 2015.

1. Virginia (Links to an external site.)

2. Texas (Links to an external site.)

3. American Conservative (Links to an external site.)

D. Original Intent?
Question: Should the Constitution be interpreted as the writers intended or is it a living document which changes over time? Explain, based on two articles below. Or you can substitute one or both of your own sources for the articles, but they must have named authors (not editor) and be written since 2015.

1. Constitution Center (Links to an external site.)

2. Northwestern (Links to an external site.)

3. Chicago (Links to an external site.)

4. Time: Gorsuch (Links to an external site.)

E. Original Intent: First Amendment
Question: What was the original intent of the founders regarding the First Amendment? Explain, based on two articles below. Or you can substitute one or both of your own sources for the articles, but they must have named authors (not editor) and be written since 2015.

1. Richmond (Links to an external site.)

2. Mother Jones (Links to an external site.)

3. Constitution Center (Links to an external site.)

4. Virginia (Links to an external site.)

5. Varsity Tutors (Links to an external site.)

6. Middle Tennessee (Links to an external site.)

7. Library of Congress

Should the Constitution be interpreted as the writers intended or is it a living document which changes over time? Explain.

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