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Chapter 2: Ingraham v. Wright
This video presents some of the history mentioned in the majority opinion in Ingraham v. Wright. It then sets up the question: why should we care?


Chapter 5: McCulloch and Gibbons
This video previews two important opinions of Chief Justice John Marshall: McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) and Gibbons v. Ogden (1824). It clarifies their procedural posture, provides hints for reading early 19th-century opinions, and offers some irresistable trivia about both cases.


Chapter 6: Why Study Slavery?
This video explains why it is important for a modern constitutional lawyer to learn about legal history, including some laws (like those allowing slavery) that are no longer in effect.


Chapter 7: The Reconstruction Amendments
This video presents some of the history behind the ratification of the Reconstruction Amendments, and previews some of the important early decisions interpreting them (including The Slaughterhouse Cases and The Civil Rights Cases).


Chapter 8: The Lochner Era
This video provides background on the constitutional theories that dominated from approximately 1890 to 1937, often known as "The Lochner Era."


Chapter 8: Eugenics
This video provides background on the American eugenics movement, which is relevant to Buck v. Bell (1927), Skinner v. Oklahoma (1942), and other cases.


Chapter 9: The New Deal
This video presents some of the political history surrounding the Supreme Court's reversal of course in 1937 in cases including West Coast Hotel v. Parrish and NLRB v. Jones & Laughlin Steel.


Chapter 16: Equal Protection
This video describes a method for working through equal protection problems. NOTE: The "Outline Builder" presented in this video is not identical to the Kickstarter in the book, but covers similar territory.


Chapter 17: Procedural Due Process
This video works through a method for analyzing procedural due process problems. NOTE: The "Outline Builder" presented in this video is not identical to the Kickstarter in the book, but covers similar territory.


Chapter 18: Substantive Due Process
This video works through a method for analyzing substantive due process questions. NOTE: The "Outline Builder" presented in this video is not identical to the Kickstarter in the book, but covers similar territory.

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