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Credibility and War Powers
(Harvard Law Review, 2014)
In late August 2013, after Syrian civilians were horrifically attacked with sarin gas, President Barack Obama declared his intention to conduct limited airstrikes against the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad. A ...
Contracting Around "Citizens United"
(Columbia Law Review, 2014)
The Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. FEC is widely considered a major roadblock for campaign finance reform, and particularly for limiting third party spending in federal elections. In response to the decision, ...
Unbundling Too Big to Fail
(Center for American Progress, 2014)
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the problem of financial institutions being "too big to fail," or TBTF, has been front and center in the public debate over the reform and regulation of the financial industry. Commentators ...