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What's Law Got to Do With It?
(Perspectives on Politics, 2004)
The authors of this fascinating study modestly disclaim its significance, yet suggest that the results prove their model a success. As a legal expert, I have a rather different perspective on the results. I look at the ...
Too Clever By Half: The Problem with Novelty in Constitutional Law
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2001)
As Robert Bennett's article illustrates, the "counter-majoritarian difficulty" remains--some forty years after its christening--a central theme in constitutional scholarship. [See Robert W. Bennett, "Counter-Conversationalism ...
Why We Need More Judicial Activism
(Green Bag, 2013)
Too much of a good thing can be bad, and democracy is no exception. In the United States, the antidote to what the drafters of the Constitution called “the excess of democracy” is judicial review. Lately, however, judicial ...
Politics and Judgment
(Missouri Law Review, 2005)
Two hundred years after its most famous invocation in Marbury v. Madison, judicial review has apparently lost its luster. Despite its global spread, it is in disrepute in its country of origin. The mainstream American ...