Constituting America is running a series of brief essays explaining the constitutional amendments. Over the next few days I join the conversation, discussing some of the lesser-known provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment. You can read my first contribution here. Other participants include W.B. Allen, Allison Hayward, and John Lott.
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