A Ninth Amendment for Today’s Constitution
On the first day of his Supreme Court confirmation testimony, Robert Bork described teaching a constitutional theory seminar at Yale Law School in which he tried to justify what he called "a general right of freedom" from the various provisions of the Constitution. He recalled that Alexander Bickel, with whom he taught the course, "fought me every step of the way; said it was not possible. At the end of six or seven years, I decided he was right."
Randy E. Barnett, A Ninth Amendment for Today's Constitution, 26 Val. U. L. Rev. 419 (1991).
Scholarly Commons Citation
Barnett, Randy E., "A Ninth Amendment for Today’s Constitution" (1993). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1542.