If you want to know more about the historically fallacious and tangibly destructive Incorporation Doctrine, look no further.
From Society and the State:
The story of the U.S. Constitution is one of a gradually expanding federal government that has slowly but surely outgrown the limits on its power. Nowhere is this more clear than in how the Bill of Rights, which originally limited federal power, has been imposed upon the states to make them subservient to Washington D.C. Kevin Gutzman joins Connor Boyack and Bryan Hyde to discuss how the Incorporation Doctrine has given the feds even greater power over the states and a moral standing that they never earned.
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