Books

Traces how the speech and religion clauses, originally interdependent, have become separated. Read More …

Examines the history of the right to bear arms as an individual or collective right. Read More …

Explores the necessity, and continued relevance, of protecting individual liberty and the sanctity of the home. Read More …

Traces the origins of the “right to remain silent” from Judaic law to the Salem Witch Trials to today. Read More …

How the “rights of the accused” were influenced by English politics but reflected a broader concept of liberty. Read More …

How trial by jury was established, and how a contemporary jury’s role differs from what the Framers envisioned. Read More …

Examines the Framers’ evolving notion of crime and punishment — focused on humanity rather than retribution. Read More …

Overlooked but crucial — Amendments 9 and 10 establish the people’s rights and give them power to effect change. Read More …

An Annotated, Illustrated, and Illuminated History of the rights we take for granted. Read More …