folks who assumed that Madison added the Tenth Amendment simply to end the Bill of Rights on an even number."
As for Fessler's theory of a fourth era in Constitutional science, I hesitate to comment too much, since Usery was handed down the year after I passed the bar exam. But I will mention that, according to my recollection, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled sometime during the past 12 months or so that satire is still protected by the First Amendment.
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