"Indeed, the rage of theorists to make constitutions a vehicle for the conveyance
of their own crude, and visionary aphorisms of government, requires to be guarded
against with the most unceasing vigilance."
-- Joseph Story Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States
Book III, § 1857.
Thursday, August 28, 2003
Randy Barnett takes another crack at constitutional interpretation.
Here's a point you've neglected, Randy. It is the rare unwarranted search, that cannot be called "reasonable" under some modern meaning of the word.