Melissa F Clarke

Shall Make, Shall Be Panel/Q&A 2

in Shall Make, Shall Be

Golan Levin: Welcome back every­one. So for the last few min­utes here we’re going to have a group dis­cus­sion Q&A mod­er­at­ed by pro­fes­sor of Games Learning at the Parsons School of Design John Sharp. Come on in, John. And come on in every­one else, too. I’m gonna pop out. John Sharp: Thank you, Golan. Thank you every­body …read the full transcript.

arts​.codes (Melissa F. Clarke and Margaret Schedel): V.erses
Amendment X: Separation of Powers and Federalism

in Shall Make, Shall Be

When we were devel­op­ing the con­cept for v.erses, we were par­tic­u­lar­ly struck by the final clause of the Tenth Amendment, which reads are reserved to the States respec­tive­ly, or to the peo­ple.” This unam­bigu­ous­ly reserved all non-delegated pow­er to its orig­i­nal source, the people.