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Op-Ed: The Constitution Is Just 'A Poetic Piece Of Parchment'

In political discourse, debates about polarizing topics often evolve into conversations about what is and isn't protected by the Constitution. In a piece for The New York Times, Mike Seidman writes that it's time to reexamine the role the document plays in American society.

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