Event Title

Our Interpretations of the Constitution

Location

220 Main Hall

Start Date

29-4-2016 2:15 PM

End Date

29-4-2016 2:40 PM

Description

Over the last century the United States, on a federal level, has moved away from the original interpretations of the United States Constitution in legislation and judicial review. This presentation will highlight the comments of authors of the United States Constitution as to the powers of the Federal Government and the abilities afforded to it to in order to maintain the republic. I will highlight cases specifically from the New Deal Era, and a more modern example, McDonnel v. United States. I will compare the language of the court opinions, briefs, and sponsors to those of the authors of the Constitution.

Comments

Seth Marcum is a third year student at Kent State Stark. He is completing a major in business management with a minor in history. He intends to go to law school, and to one day be a practicing attorney. He currently works in the processing department of a medium-sized law firm, and he enjoys playing games, traveling, and watching Netflix in his free time.

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Apr 29th, 2:15 PM Apr 29th, 2:40 PM

Our Interpretations of the Constitution

220 Main Hall

Over the last century the United States, on a federal level, has moved away from the original interpretations of the United States Constitution in legislation and judicial review. This presentation will highlight the comments of authors of the United States Constitution as to the powers of the Federal Government and the abilities afforded to it to in order to maintain the republic. I will highlight cases specifically from the New Deal Era, and a more modern example, McDonnel v. United States. I will compare the language of the court opinions, briefs, and sponsors to those of the authors of the Constitution.