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John Marshall Vs Thomas Jefferson on Constitutional Interpretation | Tenth Amendment Center

John Marshall Vs Thomas Jefferson on Constitutional Interpretation | Tenth Amendment Center | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
by Gennady Stolyarov II

In Marbury v. Madison (1804), John Marshall argues that the Supreme Court ought to have the authority to determine the
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Talks about the judicial implications of Marbury v. Madison and the importance of the USSC's ability to conduct judicial review. Not really a reliable source because they accept donations so it is most likely propaganda, but still useful. 

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A Conversation on the Constitution: Judicial Interpretation

A Conversation on the Constitution: Judicial Interpretation | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
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Justice Scalia and Justice Breyer answer student questions on their view of constitutional interpetations and how they made judicial decisions. Interesting because Breyer refers to the "meaning of words" several times and how they should be interpeted. Also interesting to see how they compare how past decisions and current decisions are made through different interpetations. Makes me wonder how the justices different ideologies work together on the bench when deciding a decision. Obviously this is a reliable source because it is an interview with the Justices. 

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The Framers' Constitution

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Goes into detail about different constitutional interpetations. This article actually talks about the intent of the framers and their narrative in so much as what they expected from the consitution. 

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Constitutional Narratives

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Similar to Stone and Marshall's article, except this article goes into the different issues surrounding constitutional narratives. For instance the issues surrounding society during the Plessy issue compared to those when deciding Brown. 

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The Jurisprudence of Constitutional Interpretation

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Goes into specific detail about each constitutional interpetation taht could be used in the USSC. Will be helpful to distinguish between different variations of interpetations. 

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Supreme Court & Judicial Review

The power of Judicial Review is not granted to the Supreme Court by the Constitution. This power, per the tenth amendment, is therefore reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
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Justice Scalia Discusses Constitutional Interpretation

Justice Scalia Discusses Constitutional Interpretation | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
The worst thing about the Living Constitution is that it will destroy the Constitution.
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My homeboy Justice Scalia goes discuesses his personal ideolgoies on his view of the constitution. His views are always helpful when talking about constitutional interpetations and the meaning of words. 

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Constitutional Interpretation

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The Court and Constitutional Interpretation - Supreme Court of the United States

supremecourt.gov is the official web site for the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Narrative, Interpretation, and the Ratification of the Constitution

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Pauline Maier talks about the narrative history of the Constitution through the ratification process. This source can be used for actual research since it is a scholarly article. It will be helpful because it directly links narratology and the constitution. 

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"The Rhetoric of Constitutional Narratives" by Peter Brooks

Elaine Scarry, in the paper prepared for this Conference, presented a most interesting argument concerning the control of nuclear arms in relation to the social contract, and the way in which a notion of "distribution" of the authorization over our...
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Peter Brooks talks about the narrative form of constitutional arguments in regards to the argument of the proliferation of weapons. He too relates the argument back to the early stages of the constitution's ratification process. Brooks points out that all narratives intend to be memoralable and this is true in legal narratives as well. This literary insight on the consitution will be helpful. 

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Cases by Issue - Judicial Review | The Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law

Cases by Issue - Judicial Review | The Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
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Oyez offers an organized list of USSC cases involving judical review. This will help see what type of issues the USSC has delt with on this issue in regards to either discriminiation or the death penalty. 

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Landmark Supreme Court Cases

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Landmark Supreme Court Cases From the first days of American history until today, the Supreme Court has been pivotal in interpreting the Constitution and
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Similar to Oyez. Will be just as helpful to be able to look at an array of different cases. 

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John Marshall Vs Thomas Jefferson on Constitutional Interpretation | Tenth Amendment Center

John Marshall Vs Thomas Jefferson on Constitutional Interpretation | Tenth Amendment Center | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
by Gennady Stolyarov II

In Marbury v. Madison (1804), John Marshall argues that the Supreme Court ought to have the authority to determine the
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Talks about the judicial implications of Marbury v. Madison and the importance of the USSC's ability to conduct judicial review. Not really a reliable source because they accept donations so it is most likely propaganda, but still useful. 

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ACS_KeepFaith_Chap%202.pdf

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Constitutional Topic: Constitutional Interpretation - The U.S. Constitution Online - USConstitution.net

Constitutional Topic: Constitutional Interpretation - The U.S. Constitution Online - USConstitution.net | Constitutional Interpretations | Scoop.it
A discussion of the Constitutional Topic of the various ways the Constitution is interpreted
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Theories of Constitutional Interpretation

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