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Panel V: Is Originalism Possible? Historical Indeterminacy

Panel V: Is Originalism Possible? Historical Indeterminacy

Update: 2022-03-14
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On April 7-9, 1995, the Federalist Society held its fourteenth annual National Student Symposium at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois. The subject of the conference was "Originalism, Democracy, and the Constitution." The fifth panel discussed "Is Originalism Possible? Historical Indeterminacy."
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Moderator: Prof. Stephen B. Presser, Northwestern University School of Law
Prof. Suzanna Sherry, University of Minnesota Law School
Prof. Randy E. Barnett, Boston University School of Law
Prof. Gary Lawson, Northwestern University School of Law
Thomas B. McAffee, Southern Illinois University School of Law
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Panel V: Is Originalism Possible? Historical Indeterminacy

Panel V: Is Originalism Possible? Historical Indeterminacy

The Federalist Society