Conversation with Robert Post

We recently had the opportunity to speak with Robert Post, Sterling Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus at Yale Law School, about the work in our We the People poster exhibition and the Constitution as a living document.

 
 

THE CONSTITUTION AS A LIVING DOCUMENT

 

"WE" IN "WE THE PEOPLE"

 

THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND ITS VARIED INTERPRETATIONS

 

THE SECOND AMENDMENT AND THE RIGHT TO INDIVIDUAL SELF DEFENSE

 

the fourth amendment and symbolism

 

FIFTH AMENDMENT AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CIVIC LITERACY

 

THE NINTH AMENDMENT

 

THE TENTH AMENDMENT AND THE CONTEST OF POWER

 

THE HEAVY LIFTERS OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS