Forty-eight of the fifty states limit or completely deprive felons of the right to vote.
When the co-authors (that’s what I call Sandy and me) give talks about our book Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Framers, Their Fights, and
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The Constitution is not clear about circumstances under which the government is allowed to detain people during a state of emergency and refuse to release them.
How do educators and students react to the challenging questions of Fault Lines in the Constitution? How do educators use the book in the classroom?
Many states invite their electorates to vote at intervals on whether to hold a constitutional convention. What do these conventions mean for state government? What could one mean for the US government?