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Constitution

Publius’s Political Science

Publius’s Political Science   John A. Ferejohn, Roderick M. Hills, Jr., New York University School of Law, February 1, 2016, NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 16-03 Abstract: “Publius,” the collective author of The Federalist, was…



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Globalization and the Growth of Executive Power: An Old Story

Globalization and the Growth of Executive Power: An Old Story Alasdair S. Roberts, University of Missouri at Columbia – Truman School of Public Affairs, February 19, 2016, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 2016, Forthcoming Abstract: Prepared for the…


Constitution

How the Constitution Became Christian

How the Constitution Became Christian Jared A. Goldstein, Roger Williams University School of Law, February 27, 2016, Roger Williams Univ. Legal Studies Paper No. 167 Abstract: Although the Constitution is conventionally portrayed as the embodiment of what it means…



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Federalism and State Democracy

By David Schleicher, Yale University – Law School,  February 29, 2016, Texas Law Review, Vol. 95, 2016 Abstract: When scholars, judges and politicians talk about federalism, they frequently praise the qualities of state and local democracy. State and…