Government by judiciary: the transformation of the fourteenth amendment
Demonstrates the ways in which the Supreme Court's use of the Fourteenth Amendment, especially since 1954, has represented a continuing revision of the Constitution under the guise of interpretation and has dangerously disregarded the intentions of the amendment's framers
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Privileges or Immunities
The Privileges or Immunities of a Citizen of the United States
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