Poetry. Music. That’s how legal scholar and author Burt Neuborne describes it in his new book: Madison’s Music: On Reading the First Amendment. It’s only been secure since the 1950s, he points out. And when people pick it apart in bits instead of the whole (as with the second amendment), it’s intent is often lost. Today’s Supreme Court often gets it wrong, Neuborne says, it vigilance is more necessary than ever, or our freedoms may be lost.