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The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution doesn’t always make headlines, but it’s an amendment that undergirds foundational rights. It’s also an amendment that can show us a lot about the intertwined nature between history and American law.
In this 3rd episode of our 4th Doing History series, we explore the early American origins of the Fourth Amendment with Thomas Clancy, a Professor Emeritus at the University of Mississippi School of Law and an expert on the Fourth Amendment.
Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/261
- Lauren Duval, "Domestic Tranquility: Privacy and the Household in Revolutionary America"
- Joseph Adelman, "Articles of Amendment: Copying "The" Bill of Rights"
- Gautham Rao, Friends in All the Right Places: The Newest Legal History
- Doing History 4 Legal Lexicon; or A Useful List of Terms You Might Not Know"
- "Doing History 4: Bibliography"
- Episode 141: A Declaration in Draft
- Episode 145: Rosemarie Zagarri, Mercy Otis Warren
- Episode 161: Smuggling and the American Revolution
- Episode 229: Patrick Griffin, The Townshend Moment
- Episode 245: Celebrating the Fourth
- Episode 259: The Bill of Rights & How Legal Historians Work
- Episode 260: Creating the First Ten Amendments
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