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Is the Constitution Special?
(Cornell Law Review, 2016)
"[W]e must never forget, that it is a constitution we are expounding.” If there was such a danger when Chief Justice John Marshall wrote those words, there is none today. Americans regularly assume that the Constitution ...
Economic Structure and Constitutional Structure
(Texas Law Review, 2016)
In the last four decades, the American middle class has been hollowed out, and fears are growing that economic inequality is leading to political inequality. These trends raise a troubling question: Can our constitutional ...
Introduction: Is the Supreme Court Failing at Its Job, or Are We Failing at Ours?
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2016)
It is a pleasure and a privilege to write an introduction to this Symposium celebrating Dean Erwin Chemerinsky's important new book, The Case Against the Supreme Court. Chemerinsky is one of the leading constitutional ...