Constitution and Bill of Rights: Commentary Assignments


1. Article I, Section 1 Commentator: Brendan O’Malley

2. Article I, Section 2 Commentator: Ksenia Popov

3. Article I, Section 3 Commentator: Amra Shoukat

4. Article I, Section 4 Commentator: Khayri Alphonse

5. Article I, Section 5 Commentator: Ruchama Leny

6. Article I, Section 6 Commentator: Jaime Martinez

7. Article I, Section 7 Commentator: Angel Flores

8. Article I, Section 8 Commentator: Celine Wallace

9. Article I, Section 9 Commentator: Emily Dilone

10. Article I, Section 10 Commentator: Taeysha Bryan

11. Article II, Section 1 Commentator: Ruby Grimes

12. Article II, Section 2 Commentator: Jenniffer Bonilla

13. Article II, Section 3 Commentator: Josué Rivera

14. Article II, Section 4 Commentator: Aury Garcia

15. Article III, Section 1 Commentator: Mohammed Zaman

16. Article III, Section 2 Commentator: Yoleshca Austher

17. Article III, Section 3 Commentator: Sarah Reyes

18. Article IV, Section 1 Commentator: Cordelia Church

19. Article IV, Section 2 Commentator: Raymond Liang

20. Article IV, Section 3 Commentator: Kelly Gardner

21. Article IV, Section 4 Commentator: Jorge Morales

22. Article V Commentator: Hollie Dean

23. Article VI Commentator: Francisco Cabreja

24. Article VII Commentator: Amaurys Valdez


25. First Amendment Commentator: Ling-Qing Chen

26. Second Amendment Commentator: Mohsin Muhammad

27. Third Amendment Commentator: Angel Lahoz

28. Fourth Amendment Commentator: Anthony Huerta

29. Fifth Amendment Commentator: Amrita Durga

30. Sixth Amendment Commentator: Abdul Mateen

31. Seventh Amendment Commentator: Tenzin Chime

32. Eighth Amendment Commentator: Lataisha Moore

33. Ninth Amendment Commentator: Rashad Divers

34. Tenth Amendment Commentator: Haroon Zafar

Published on October 25, 2011 at 10:22 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Article IV Section 3
    This part of the Constitutions explains the forming of a new state in the Union. It limits the power of other states to spread their control to newly formed states and makes any state or several states as a whole who are trying to form a new state from doing so without consent.

    I think this is a good process because it regulates control and protects the country from being either majority patriots or nationalist and peacefully enforces this without taking sides. This allows whatever majority is in the Union to fairly be the majority.

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