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Doing History 4: Bibliography

· October 8th, 2019 · No Comments

Bibliography for Doing History 4: Understanding the Fourth Amendment

Want to learn more about the Bill of Rights and the Fourth Amendment? We’ve compiled a list of suggested books, articles, popular blog posts, and online resources that you might find helpful. We either used these works ourselves for production research or they were suggested by our guests. Happy researching!

Books:

Akhil Amar, The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction

Carol Berkin, The Bill of Rights: The Fight to Secure America’s Liberties 

Charlene Bangs Bickford,  Kenneth R. Bowling, and Helen E. Veit, Creating the Bill of Rights: The Documentary Record from the First Federal Congress

Charlene Bangs Bickford,  Kenneth R. Bowling, et ed. A Documentary History of the First Federal Congress 

Mary Sarah Bilder, Madison’s Hand: Revising the Constitutional Convention

William J. Cuddihy, The Fourth Amendment: Origins and Original Meanings 602-1791

Thomas K. Clancy, The Fourth Amendment: Its History and Interpretation

Laura K. Donohue, The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age

Richard Fallon Jr.,  Law and Legitimacy in the Supreme Court 

Jean Fritz, Shh! We’re Writing the Constitution

Tracey Maclin, The Supreme Court and the Fourth Amendment’s Exclusionary Rule

Sarah A. Seo, Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom

David O. Stewart, Summer of 1787: The Men Who Invented the Constitution 

Jeffrey S. Sutton, 51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of American Constitutional Law

Articles:

Thomas K. Clancy, “The Framers’ Intent: John Adams, His Era, and the Fourth Amendment” in Indiana Law Journal (2011)

Thomas Y. Davies, “Correcting Search and Seizure History: Now-Forgotten Common-Law Warrantless Arrest Standards and the Original Understanding of ‘Due Process of Law’” in Mississippi Law Journal (2007)

Laura K. Donohue, “The Fourth Amendment in a Digital World” in NYU Annual Survey of American Law, (2017)

Laura K. Donohue, “The Original Fourth Amendment” in The University of Chicago Law Review (2016)

Paul Ohm, “The Fourth Amendment in a World Without Privacy” in Mississippi Law Journal (2012)

Sarah Seo, “The New Public” in The Yale Law Journal (2016)

Sarah Seo, “Democratic Policing Before the Due Process Revolution” in The Yale Law Journal (2019)

David A. Sklansky, “Too Much Information: How Not to Think About Privacy and the Fourth Amendment” in California Law Review (2014)

David A. Sklansky, “The Fourth Amendment and Common Law” in Columbia Law Review (2000)

Popular Articles and Blog Posts:
Joseph M. Adelman, “Articles of Amendment: Copying “The” Bill of Rights” on Uncommon Sense Blog, October 15th, 2019.

Alan Butler, “Symposium: Millions of tiny constables – Time to set the record straight on the Fourth Amendment and location-data privacy”, SCOTUSblog, Aug. 3, 2017. 

Jonathan Gienapp, “Constitutional Originalism and History” on Process: A Blog for American History, March 20th, 2017. 

Jessie Kratz, “Historian’s Notebook: The Bill of Rights at 225” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, November 28th, 2016.

Jessie Kratz, “Bill of Rights Day: The People’s Vote” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, December 14th, 2017. 

Jessie Kratz, “George Mason and the Origins of the Bill of Rights” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, September 5th, 2017

Jessie Kratz, “The Bill of Rights Goes to the States” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, September 24th, 2016.

Jessie Kratz, “Protecting the Bill of Rights: the Mosier Vault” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, December 17th, 2015.

Jessie Kratz, “Bill of Rights Day: Celebrating Our Most Precious Freedoms” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, December 13th, 2017.

Jessie Kratz, “Featured Document: Senate Revisions to the Proposed Bill of Rights” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, August 12th, 2014.

Jessie Kratz, “A Record-Setting Amendment” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, April 11th, 2016.

Hilary Parkinson, “Inside the Vaults: The Bill of Rights” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, December 15th, 2010.

Hilary Parkinson, “Constitution 225: Conservation and Re-encasement” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, September 4th, 2012.

Hilary Parkinson, “The Bill of Rights: 14 Originals” on National Archives: Pieces of History Blog, December 12th, 2013.

Gautham Rao, “All the Right Places: The Newest Legal History” on Uncommon Sense Blog, October 8th, 2019.

Online Resources:

First Federal Congress Project

National Archives Founding Documents 

Montplier’s The Center for the Constitution

Annenberg Classroom

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