We’ve all wondered about it at some point. If the founding fathers could see what the United States has become, what would they say? This is the exact question that any person working in the realm of constitutional law is asking daily. In fact, the idea that the constitution should be interpreted with the ideals of the timeframe that it was written in is referred to as originalism. In this short video, professor Gary Lawson shares how originalism can be thought of in terms of two very different questions.