by Sherrilyn A. Ifill onJanuary 8, 2011
But saying it out loud is not the same as understanding it. And that includes accepting that the nation's founders knew the document's interpretation would change with the times.
by Zaheer Ali onJanuary 7, 2011
In reading the hallowed document on the House floor, Republicans tried to avoid the parts that referred to people as property, but this was as ineffective as censoring Huckleberry Finn.
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