The U.S. Constitution doesn’t specify many duties that the federal government absolutely must carry out. For as long as our republic lasts, Americans will debate the meaning and intentions of the Constitution, but on requiring a decennial census, the Framers wrote with such clarity that no analysis is needed. Today our nation has 100 times as many people as it did at our founding. Though much has changed, the headcount of Americans remains
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