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Our Unconstitutional Senate
(Constitutional Commentary, 1995)
In the race to the bottom that characterizes this Symposium, I cast my vote for Article I, section 3: "The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State .... Indeed, were this provision not ...
Is the Radical Critique of Merit Anti-Semitic?
(California Law Review, 1995)
Conventional concepts of merit are under attack by some Critical Legal Scholars, Critical Race Theorists, and radical feminists. These critics contend that "merit" is only a social construct designed to maintain the power ...
The Indeterminacy of Historical Evidence
(Harvard Law & Policy Review, 1995)
I view my task in this Article to be proving that history is indeterminate. The rest of the Articles from this Panel may discuss what to do about the indeterminacy. I would like to put aside the normative questions and a ...
Responsible Republicanism: Educating for Citizenship
(The University of Chicago Law Review, 1995)
The United States Supreme Court has long recognized what none of us can doubt: education is vital to citizenship in a democratic republic. Moreover, because the Court has left open the question whether there might be a ...
(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 ...