The World of Injustice
Welcome to an entire world devoted to ignorance and intolerance. Why would there be a world that focuses on the injustices and inequalities in American society, both in history and today? Injustice is the greatest force in the legal evolution of the United States Constitution. Injustice is a key ingredient in American Democracy...in fact, it is the first ingredient. Without the constant struggle of those who were not considered among "We the People" the Constitution would not be what it is today.
America was founded when a few people stood firm against the inequities suffered by them as colonists. Taxation without representation was only the first cry of many. The flag of dissent was carried on, by the Quakers, by abolitionists, by former slaves, by discrete and insular minorities, by communists, by gays and lesbians...and it continues to wave. Visit the GREAT DISSENTERS RIDE to see this time-honored struggle.
So, Constitutionland would not be complete without the World of Injustices...our tribute to the oppressed of yesteryear.
Begin your journey in JIM CROW VILLAGE...a town where you will find re-creations of every form of segregation from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Surrounding the village is the LAZY RIVER OF OPPRESSION...a meander down the intolerant rivers of America's past. While you ride on the river, look off in the distance and you will see a small island set off alone. That is the DISCRETE AND INSULAR ISLAND...a tribute to the most famous footnote in Constitutional law. The Lazy River leaves you off at the NIGHT OF THE LIVING CONSTITUTION...a haunted mansion that houses the central jurisprudence in the World of Injustice. Take a picture with the LIVING CONSTITUTION GUY during your visit.
Do you like roller coasters and infamous Supreme Court decisions that spark wars? Then see if you can conquer the DRED SCOTT-O-TWISTER...the biggest coaster in Constitutionland. Ride the twists and spins and thrill in horror as you sit in the place of Dred Scott and watch his (and your) world turned upside down. Would you like to get to another part of Constitutionland? Jump on board BUSSING...but be careful...you have no idea where or how far away you will find yourself.
If you feel hungry while in the World of Injustice, you have plenty of options...perhaps a burger and milk shake at CAROLENE PRODUCT'S SKIMMED MILK SHAKES or some hot bread or sweet treats baked by overworked and underpaid bakers at LOCHNER's HOME BAKERY.