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I seriously doubt that. American history was my minor, and I thought the 22nd Ammendment wasnt ratified.

Constitutional law is the "bedrock" of any legal curriculum.

Things like, "how many kids did Jefferson have by slaves", and the like, were the bulk of Constitutional efforts in most of my college history classes.


Actually, Constitutional Law in law schools mainly covers specific Amendments: 1st, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 14th. Other than individual rights, you won't learn much about the Constitution.

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