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A Pox on Both Your Houses
(Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy, 2013)
As Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins celebrates its 75th anniversary, it is becoming more apparent that it is on a collision course with itself. The Court keeps trying – and failing – to sort out the tensions within the Erie ...
(Stanford Law Review, 1995)
Robin West has written a book that every constitutional scholar would like to like. In Progressive Constitutionalism, she promises us a new and historically accurate interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment that will ...
(Constitutional Commentary, 2008)
Sanford Levinson calls for a new constitutional convention in Our Undemocratic Constitution: Where the Constitution Goes Wrong (and How We the People Can Correct It). This review explains how Levinson overstates the ...
Term Limits and Turmoil: Roe v. Wade's "Whiplash"
(Texas Law Review, 2019)
A fixed eighteen-year term for Supreme Court Justices has become a popular proposal with both academics and the general public as a possible solution to the countermajoritarian difficulty and as a means for depoliticizing ...