Professor Ed Larson Quoted in "A Controversial Election Theory at the Supreme Court is Tied to a Disputed Document" -- NPR
Professor Edward J. Larson is quoted in the NPR article, "A Controversial Election Theory at the Supreme Court is Tied to a Disputed Document," and interviewed on NPR Morning Edition. The article and interview examine the origins of the Pinckney Plan, a plan of government presented by South Carolina delegate Charles Pinckney during the Constitutional Convention of 1787.
Excerpt from "A Controversial Election Theory at the Supreme Court is Tied to a Disputed Document"
"Pinckney was not a modest man, and he later claimed that he was the most influential delegate at the convention. Very few other people looking back had that same opinion," says Ed Larson, a professor of history and law at Pepperdine University who's written several books about the Constitutional Convention. "When he pulled together his ideas later for the historical record, he could have altered what he provided."
The complete article and interview may be found at NPR