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.
Melissa F Clarke
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.