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Your tax dollars at work - and the United States Library of Congress comes through with a 2830 page reference volume on the U.S. Constitution you can download (approx 21 Mb) for free!

From the Volokh Conspiracy law site comes this announcement:

Conan the Librarian
By Eugene Volokh on September 17, 2013 11:13 pm in Constitutional Law

The Library of Congress’s The Constitution: Analysis & Interpretation — a clause-by-clause treatise summarizing U.S. constitutional law and citing to relevant cases — is now out. (The URL is The PDF is huge; if it’s taking too long for you to load, go here and follow the link you need for the particular Article or Amendment. Thanks to Prof. Seth Tillman for the pointer.

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Now you can know what you're talking about whenever you cite the U.S. Constitution. Right click here or in the link in the above quoted article and do a 'save as' to get your own local copy.

Awesome! :Thmbsup:

basementSecond amendment's "analysis & Interpretation" could be fun ;)

-rgdot (September 18, 2013, 05:40 PM)
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more basementNot to mention the first amendment now. Oh, and the 4th and 5th, and...

Just downloaded the PDF, and since it won't open properly, methinks the tl;dr for the 2830 pages is likely this:



Just downloaded the PDF, and since it won't open properly
-Renegade (September 18, 2013, 08:17 PM)
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Opened just fine for me under both Windows and Linux using two different PDF readers.

Might want to try downloading it again.


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