An originalist manifesto, The Naked Constitution presents a compelling response to the “Living Constitution” theory that allows judges to change the Constitution at will. In this book, Adam Freedman shows how fidelity to the original meaning of the Constitution is the only way to save the Founder Fathers’ ideal of liberty, federalism, and pluralism.
Freedman . . . offers a no-holds-barred defense of originalism, which he defines as the proposition that the Constitution should retain the meaning it had when it was ratified in 1789. . . . Freedman is an entertaining writer and conservative readers will be amused by his use of sarcasm, hyperbole, and inflammatory attacks on liberals.
– Publishers Weekly