Byline: CHRISTINE HAWES CORRESPONDENT
Alexis said she would rather be in Africa. Lewis, who had just spent 90 minutes trying to "humanize" the Constitution for the students, took her question in stride.
First he reminded her of Darfur and the deadly civil unrest happening there. Then he returned to the big picture, repeating what had been a theme throughout his entire talk. "You can't have freedom in the absolute, or you'll have chaos."
Lewis' stop at Booker Middle was part of a trio of school-related visits in Sarasota and Manatee counties.
Later, Lewis would travel to a Bradenton school, and the night before he had counseled teachers on Fourth Amendment rights regarding searches and seizures.
Lewis, who has received numerous awards for his work with …