Vol. 32 No. 3, Fall 2017

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Hate Speech and Political Legitimacy

Hate Speech Bans, Democracy, and Political Legitimacy
James Weinstein   527

Hate Speech, Public Assurance, and the Civic Standing of Speakers and Victims
Vincent Blasi   585

Hate Speech Laws, Legitimacy, and Precaution: A Reply to James Weinstein
Alexander Brown   599

Hate Speech—Definitions & Empirical Evidence
Katharine Gelber   619

Taking Legitimacy Seriously: A Return to Deontology
Eric Heinze   631

Legitimacy and Hate Speech
Robert Post   651

Free Speech and Obedience to Law
Frederick Schauer   661

Hate Speech, Legitimacy, and the Foundational Principles of Government
Steven H. Shiffrin   675

Viewpoint Discrimination, Hate Speech Laws, and the Double-Sided Nature of Freedom of Speech
Adrienne Stone   687

The Conditions of Legitimacy: A Response to James Weinstein
Jeremy Waldron   697

Viewpoint Discrimination, Hate Speech, and Political Legitimacy: A Reply
James Weinstein   715

Vol. 32 No. 2, Summer 2017

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The Constitution and the Family

Family Reunification and the Security State
Kerry Abrams   247

Redefining Parental Rights: The Case of Corporal Punishment
Cynthia Godsoe   281

Constitutional Parentage
Joanna L. Grossman   307

The Doctor Requirement: Griswold, Privacy, and At-Home Reproductive Care
Yvonne Lindgren   341

Intersectionality and the Constitution of Family Status
Serena Mayeri   377

The Family’s Constitution
Douglas NeJaime   413


Rational Basis “Plus”
Thomas B. Nachbar   449


Do Judges Know Best?
James Allan   479

Political Political Theory Theory
Jeremy D. Farris and William A. Edmundson   493

Creating Precedents Through Words and Deeds
Harold J. Krent   513

Vol. 32 No. 1, Winter 2017

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Objects of Interpretation
Richard Ekins   1

Formalism in Constitutional Theory
Cass R. Sunstein   27


Our Republican Constitution: Six Views and a Response

Which Republican Constitution?
Jack M. Balkin   31

Countering the Majoritarian Difficulty
Amy Coney Barrett   61

Republicanism and Natural Rights at the Founding
Jud Campbell   85

Randy Barnett’s Critique of Democracy (and John Marshall?)
Sanford Levinson   113

Me the People
Jason Mazzone   143

Republican Constitutionalism
Lawrence B. Solum   175

In Defense of Constitutional Republicanism: A Reply to Criticisms of Our Republican Constitution
Randy E. Barnett   207

Vol. 31 No. 3, Fall 2016

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Silent Concurrences
Greg Goelzhauser   351

Rethinking Judicial Supremacy
Lino A. Graglia   381


Fidelity to our Imperfect Constitution: Six Views and a Response

On Jim Fleming’s Anti-Originalism
Sotirios A. Barber   389

The Document and the Drama
William Bennett   397

Intelligent or Unintelligent Fidelity?
Imer B. Flores   407

Originalism’s Curiously Triumphant Death: The Interpenetration of Aspirationalism and Historicism in U.S. Constitutional Development
Ken I. Kersch   423

Reading DeBoer and Obergefell through the “Moral Readings versus Originalisms” Debate: From Constitutional “Empty Cupboards” to Evolving Understandings
Linda C. McClain   441

Fidelity to the Best Version of Ourselves
Lawrence Sager   479

Fidelity to Our Imperfect Constitution: A Response to Six Views
James E. Fleming   489

Vol. 31 No. 2, Summer 2016

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The Staying Power of Erroneous Dicta: From Curtiss-Wright to Zivotofsky
Louis Fisher   149

Discretionary Dockets
Randy J. Kozel
Jeffrey A. Pojanowski   221

The Meming of Substantive Due
Jamal Greene   253

Legislative Power and Judicial Power
John Harrison   295


A Biography of Madison’s Notes of Debates
Jack Rakove   317

Vol. 31 No. 1, Spring 2016

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Founding-Era Translations of the U.S. Constitution
Christina Mulligan
Michael Douma
Hans Lind
Brian Quinn   1

What One Can Learn from Foreign-Language Translations of the U.S. Constitution
Sanford Levinson   55

The Construction of Original Public Meaning
Jack M. Balkin   71


Dutch and German Founding-Era Translations of the U.S. Constitution
Christina Mulligan
Michael Douma
Hans Lind
Brian Quinn   99

Vol. 30 No. 3, Fall 2015

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“Frightening and High”: The Supreme Court’s Crucial Mistake About Sex Crime Statistics
Ira Mark Ellman
Tara Ellman   495


The Glorious Revolution & The Rule of Recognition
James Allan   509

South African Constitutional Doctors With Low Public Support
Or Bassok   521

Judicial Popular Constitutionalism
Tom Donnelly   541

Publics, Meanings & The Priviliges of Citizenship
James W. Fox Jr.   567

Vol. 30 No. 2, Summer 2015

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There Is Nothing That Interpretation Just Is
Cass R. Sunstein   193


Money, Politics, Corporations and the Constitution

Symposium Foreword
Ronald A. Fein   213

Corporate Speech & the First Amendment: History, Data, and Implications
John C. Coates IV   223

Corporate Religious Liberty
Caroline Mala Corbin   277

In Defense of Corporate Persons
Kent Greenfield   309

Corporate Speech & the Rights of Others
Thomas W. Joo   335

Why Personhood Matters
Tamara R. Piety   361

That We Are Underlings: The Real Problems in Disciplining Political Spending and the First Amendment
Jedediah Purdy   391

Is Hobby Lobby a Tool for Limiting Corporate Constitutional Rights?
Jennifer S. Taub   403

Corporate Democracy from Say on Pay to Say on Politics
Ciara Torres-Spelliscy   431

Dividing Citizens United: The Case v. the Controversy
Laurence H. Tribe   463

Vol. 30 No. 1, Winter 2015

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Three Arguments About War
Robert L. Tsai   1


The Civic Dimensions of American Constitutionalism
George Thomas   61

The Structure of the American Civic Sphere
Mariah Zeisberg   71

Popular Constitutionalism Contra Populism
Corey Brettschneider   81

Intentionalism Justice Scalia Could Love
Hillel Y. Levin   89

Rights and the Rule of Law in Third Way Constitutionalism
Jeff King   101

Separation Anxiety: The End of American Religious Freedom?
Anna Su   127

Originalism All the Way Down?
Kurt T. Lash   149

Dog Whistling, the Color-Blind Jurisprudential Regime, and the Constitutional Politics of Race
Calvin TerBeek   167

Vol. 29 No. 3, Summer 2014

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One-Hundred Years Later: Revisiting Charles Beard’s An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States

Beard & Uber-Beard
Mark A. Graber   293

Charles Beard & the English Historians
Richard Drake   313

The Interpretation of Constitutional History, or Charles Beard Becomes a Fortuneteller (With an Emphasis on Free Expression)
Stephen M. Feldman   323

Charles Beard & Progressive Legal Historiography
G. Edward White   349

Using Beard to Overcome Beardianism: Charles Beard’s Forgotten Historicism and the Ideas-Interests Dichotomy
Jonathan Gienapp   367

Conflict, Consensus & Constitutional Meaning: The Enduring Legacy of Charles Beard
Saul Cornell   383

Pulling Punches: Charles Beard, the Propertyless, and the Founding of the United States
Bartholomew Sparrow   409

The Ladies? Forget About Them. A Feminist Perspective on the Limits of Originalism
Mary Anne Case   431

Beard & Holmes on Constitutional Adjudication
Adrian Vermeule   457

Charles A. Beard & the Columbia School of Political Economy: Revisiting the Intellectual Roots of the Beardian Thesis
Ajay K. Mehrotra   475

Rethinking the Second American Revolution: Legal Tender and National Banking in the Civil War Era
Michael T. Caires   511

Ideas That Matter: Parting Thoughts on Charles Beard on the 100th Anniversary of An Economic Interpretation
Jessica K. Lowe   525

Vol. 29 No. 2, Spring 2014

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The Article III Fiscal Power
Adam Rosenzweig   127

A Conversation About Abortion Between Justice Blackmun and the Founding Fathers
Duane L. Ostler   167


The End of Constitutional Law?
Adam Shinar   181

A Restrained Plea for Judicial Restraint
Lino A. Graglia   211

Proportionality and Pretense
Grant Huscroft   229

The Faces of Judicial Naiveté
Kiel Brennan-Marquez   257

The Challenge of Supreme Court Biography: The Case of Chief Justice Rehnquist
Christopher W. Schmidt   271

Vol. 29 No. 1, Summer 2013

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Court-Packing and Compromise
Barry Cushman   1


Race Matters
Larry Alexander
Maimon Schwarzschild

Hate Speech Law and Disagreement
James Allan   59

Justice in Times of Transition: A Reflection on Transitional Justice
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin   81

Obligation, Anarchy, and Exemption
Micah Schwartzman   93

The Challenge of, and Challenges to, Originalism
Lee J. Strang   111

Vol. 28 No. 3, Spring 2013

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La Constitución de los Estados Unidos en Español: Un Servicio para el Pueblo Americano
Jim Chen   347


Some Realism About Constitutional Liberalism
Toni M. Massaro   383

Bringing It All Back Home?
Ken I. Kersch   407

State Speech and Political Liberalism
Abner S. Greene   421

Ordered Liberty: A Response to Three Views
James E. Fleming
Linda C. McClain


The Court-Packing Controversy
Sheldon Gelman   451

Barack Obama’s War on Terror
William E. Scheuerman   519

The New Originalist Manifesto
James E. Fleming   539

Vol. 28 No. 2, Fall 2012

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The Committee of Detail
William Ewald   197

Justice Scalia and the Art of Rhetoric
Jeffrey M. Shaman   287


The Citizen-Focused Account of the State
Bradley W. Miller   293

Turning Federalism Right-Side Up
Ilya Somin   303

Some Internal Points of View and the Study of Law
Grégoire C.N. Webber   325

Vol. 28 No. 1, Spring 2012

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Racial Inclusion, Exclusion and Segregation in Constitutional Law
Michelle Adams   1

Originalism—The Forgotten Years
Frank B. Cross   37

The Constitutionality of a Limited Convention: An Originalist Analysis
Michael B. Rappaport   53


Back to the Future
William D. Araiza   111

Stop the Fight for Women’s Equality
Miranda McGowan   139

Vol. 27 No. 3, Winter 2011

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The United States Constitution (Rev. Ed.)
How would you rewrite the United States Constitution?

The Constitution and the Political Community
Michael C. Dorf   499

On Being “Bound Thereby”
Alison L. LaCroix   507

So Much to Rewrite, So Little Time
Sanford Levinson   515

The Extraterritorial Constitution and the Rule of Law
Jenny S. Martinez   527

Our Perfect, Perfect Constitution
Michael Stokes Paulsen   531

Should We Have a Liberal Constitution?
Louis Michael Seidman   541

Constitutional Hypocrisy
Girardeau A. Spann   557

Abolishing Judicial Review
Mark Tushnet   581


Four Constitutional Limits that the Minimum Coverage Provision Respects
Neil S. Siegel   591


Common Law Constitutional Interpretation: A Critique
Brannon P. Denning   621

Growing A Constitution
Leslie Gielow Jacobs   647

Vol. 27 No. 2, Fall 2011

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Individual Autonomy and Free Speech

Editor’s Note
Dale Carpenter   249

Autonomy and Free Speech
C. Edwin Baker   251

A Thinker-Based Approach to Freedom of Speech
Seana Valentine Shiffrin   283


Seana Shiffrin’s Thinker-Based Freedom of Speech: A Response
Vincent Blasi   309

Comment on Baker’s Autonomy and Free Speech
T. M. Scanlon   319

Comment on Shiffrin’s Thinker-Based Approach to Freedom of Speech
T. M. Scanlon   327

Freedom of Speech and Two Types of Autonomy
Steven H. Shiffrin   337

Speech Restrictions That Don’t Much Affect the Autonomy of Speakers
Eugene Volokh   347

Free Speech and Political Legitimacy: A Response to Ed Baker
James Weinstein   361

Seana Shiffrin’s Thinker-Based Theory of Free Speech: Elegant and Insightful, But Will it Work in Practice?
James Weinstein   385

Free Speech and Autonomy: Thinkers, Storytellers, and a Systemic Approach to Speech
Susan H. Williams   399

Reply to Critics
Seana Valentine Shiffrin   417


There is No First Amendment Overbreadth (But There Are Vague First Amendment Doctrines); Prior Restraints Aren’t “Prior”; and “As Applied” Challenges Seek Judicial Statutory Amendments
Larry Alexander   439

Court-Packing and the Child Labor Amendment
Gerard N. Magliocca   455


Constitutionalism in the United Kingdom
W.J. Waluchow   487

Vol. 27 No. 1, Fall 2010

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The Interpretation/Construction Distinction in Constitutional Law: Annual Meeting of the AALS Section on Constitutional Law

Introduction: The Interpretation/ Construction Distinction in Constitutional Law
Amy Barrett   1

Constructing the Constitutional Canon: The Metonymic Evolution of Federalist 10
Ian Bartrum   9

Constitutional Constructions and Constitutional Decision Rules: Thoughts on the Carving of Implementation Space
Mitchell N. Berman   39

The Constitutional Interpretation/ Construction Distinction: A Useful Fiction
Laura A. Cisneros   71

The Interpretation-Construction Distinction
Lawrence B. Solum   95

Constructing a New American Constitution
Keith E. Whittington   119


Telepathic Law
Larry Alexander   139

The Supreme Court’s Declining Plenary Docket: A Membership-Based Explanation
David R. Stras   151

An Almost Archeological Dig: Finding a Surprisingly Rich Early Understanding of Substantive Due Process
Louise Weinberg   163

Why Jack Balkin is Disgusting
Andrew Koppelman   177

Reply to Koppelman: Originalism and the (Merely) Human Constitution
Steven D. Smith   189


The Vanity of Dogmatizing
Marc O. DeGirolami   201

Specifying Constitutional Rights
John Oberdiek   231

Vol. 26 No. 3, Summer 2010

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“A New Era of Openness?”: Disclosing Intelligence to Congress Under Obama
Kathleen Clark    313

Presidents, Preemption, and the States
Michele E. Gilman    339

What Good is Habeas?
Aziz Z. Huq    385

Bush, Obama and Beyond: Observations on the Prospect of Fact Checking Executive Department Threat Claims Before the Use of Force
Leslie Gielow Jacobs    433

National Security and the Article II Shell Game
Heidi Kitrosser    483

Ratcheting Back: International Law as a Constraint on Executive Power
Deborah N. Pearlstein    523

Bush and Obama Fight Terrorists Outside Justice Jackson’s Twilight Zone
Afsheen John Radsan    551

Obama’s Equivocal Defense of Agency Independence
Kevin M. Stack    583

The Unreviewable Executive: Kiyemba, Maqaleh, and the Obama Administration
Stephen I. Vladeck    603

State Secrets and Executive Accountability
Christina E. Wells    625


Our Boggling Constitution; or, Taking Text Really, Really Seriously
Anonymous   651


Preemption Choice In Context
Michael S. Greve   679

Vol. 26 No. 2, Spring 2010

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Obama’s Constitution: The Passive Virtues Writ Large
Richard A. Epstein    183

President Obama’s Progress in Government Ethics
Richard W. Painter    195

The Obama Administration, Fundamental Institutional Change, and the Constitutional Lawmaking System
Michael B. Rappaport    215


Race, Religion and Nationality in Immigration Selection: 120 Years After the Chinese Exclusion Case
Liav Orgad and Theodore Ruthizer   237


Taking Shari’a Seriously
Asifa Quraishi   297

Vol. 26 No. 1, Fall 2009

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Originalism’s Misplaced Fidelity: “Original” Meaning Is Not Objective
Tara Smith   1

When and How U.S. Courts Should Cite Foreign Law
Stephen Yeazell   59


Publius For All of Us
Brannon P. Denning   75

Judicial Character (And Does It Matter)
Paul Horwitz   97

Judicial Review and Judicial Duty: The Original Understanding
Nelson Lund   169

Vol. 25 No. 3, Spring 2009

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Guantanamo, Boumediene, and Jurisdiction-Stripping: The Imperial President Meets the Imperial Court
Martin J. Katz   377



Remarks by Chief Judge Kozinski
Alex Kozinski   425

Is Law? Constitutional Crisis and Existential Anxiety
Alice Ristroph    431

Putting the Law Back in Constitutional Law
Suzanna Sherry   461


The Empirical Judiciary
A. Christopher Bryant   467

The Sometimes Unitary Executive: Presidential Practice Throughout History
Harold J. Krent   489

Originalism as Jujitsu
Kurt T. Lash   521

Vol. 25 No. 2, Summer 2008

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A Better Path For Constitutional Tort Law
John M. Greabe   189

Was Bush v. Gore a Human Rights Case?
Gerald L. Neuman and Nicholas Hatzis   215

The Wisdom of Soft Judicial Power: Mr. Justice Powell, Concurring
Samuel Estreicher and Tristan Pelham-Webb   229


Richard W. Garnett   241

Kent Greenawalt and the Difficulty (Impossibility?) of Religion Clause Theory
Larry Alexander  243

Religious Reasons and the Liberty of Citizens: The Integration of the Religious and the Secular in Kent Greenawalt’s Religion and the Constitution
Robert Audi   249

Establishment and Judicial Administrability
Anthony J. Bellia, Jr.  259

Discrimination Between Religions: Some Thoughts on Reading Greenawalt’s Religion and the Constitution: Establishment and Fairness
John Finnis   265

Judicial Enforcement of the Establishment Clause
Richard W. Garnett  273

Indeterminacy and the Establishment Clause
Frederick Mark Gedicks  279

The Philosopher’s Brief
Paul Horwitz  285

Religious Establishment and Autonomy
Andrew Koppelman  291

Christendom Without Establishment: A Brief Look at History
Robert E. Rodes, Jr.  297

Kent Greenawalt’s Elusive Constitution
Steven D. Smith  301

Requiem for the Establishment Clause
Winnifred Fallers Sullivan  309

Nelson Tebbe  317


The Indivisible Constitution
Kermit Roosevelt III   321

The Obama Presidency and the Roberts Court: Some Hints from Political Science
Mark Tushnet   343

Belonging and Empowerment: A New “Civil Rights” Paradigm Based on Lessons of the Past
Rebecca E. Zietlow   353

Vol. 25 No. 1, Spring 2008

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Why Tolerate Religion?
Brian Leiter   1

What Would Justice Powell Do?: The ‘Alien Children’ Case and the Meaning of Equal Protection
Linda Greenhouse   29

Really Cool Stuff: Digital Searches into the Constitutional Period
Calvin H. Johnson   51

Judging Facts Like Law
John O. McGinnis, Charles W. Mulaney   69


Terror Conflated?
Fionnuala Ni Aoláin   131

Democracy Uncaged
Suzanna Sherry   141

Sovereignty as Discourse
Robert L. Tsai   157

Expounding Constitutional Scholarship
Grégoire C.N. Webber   171

Vol. 24 No. 3, Fall 2007

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The Second Convention Movement, 1787-1789
Richard Labunski   567

Common Law, Civil Law, and the Administrative State: From Coke to Lochner
Noga Morag-Levine   601

Scalia’s Poker: Puzzles and Mysteries in Constitutional Interpretation
Timothy P. O’Neill   663

Constitution Day Is Unconstitutional
Alain L. Sanders    687

Umpires at Bat: On Integration and Legitimation
Neil S. Siegel   701

Overcoming Dred: A Counterfactual Analysis
Louise Weinberg   733


“He’ll Take His Stand”
Ken I. Kersh   773

The Tensions of Constitutional Democracy
George Thomas   793

Vol. 24 No. 2, Summer 2007

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Can a Constitutional Amendment Overrule a Supreme Court Decision?
Michael Stokes Paulsen   285


Abortion and Original Meaning
Jack M. Balkin   291

The Perpetual Anxiety of Living Constitutionalism
Ethan J. Leib   353

Original Interpretive Principles as the Core of Originalism
John O. McGinnis, Michael Rappaport   371

Originalism and Its Discontents (Plus a Thought or Two About Abortion)
Mitchell N. Berman   383

Underlying Principles
Randy E. Barnett   405

The Progressive Political Power of Balkin’s “Original Meaning”
Dawn Johnsen   417

Original Meaning and Constitutional Redemption
Jack M. Balkin   427


Reconstruction and the Police: Two Ships Passing in the Night?
Donald A. Dripps   533

“Fairer Still the Woodlands”: Mapping the Free Exercise Forest
John Witte, Jr.   551

Vol. 24 No. 1, Spring 2007

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Good Riddance, Jim Chen, You No-Good Lousy So-and-So
Michael Stokes Paulsen   1

SYMPOSIUM: The Rehnquist Court In Empirical And Statistical Retrospective

Warren Court Precedents in the Rehnquist Court
Frank B. Cross, Thomas A. Smith, Antonio Tomarchio   3

When the Court Has a Party, How Many “Friends” Show Up? A Note on the Statistical Distribution of Amicus Brief Filings
Daniel A. Farber   19

Judicial Activism: An Empirical Examination of Voting Behavior on the Rehnquist Natural Court
Lori A. Ringhand   43

The Rhetoric of Restraint and the Ideology of Activism
Stefanie A. Lindquist, Joseph L. Smith, Frank B. Cross   103

An Empirical Analysis of the Confirmation Hearings of the Justices of the Rehnquist Natural Court
Jason J. Czarnezki, William K. Ford, Lori A. Ringhand    127

The Most Dangerous Justice Rides into the Sunset
Paul H. Edelman, Jim Chen   199

The Aggregate Harmony Metric and a Statistical and Visual Contextualization of the Rehnquist Court: 50 Years of Data
Peter A. Hook   221


Middle Ground?
Patrick J. Borchers   265

Between the Domestic and the Foreign: Centering the Nation’s Edges
Linda Bosniak   271

Vol. 23 No. 3, Winter 2006

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There Is No Winter In Minnesota
Michael Stokes Paulsen   305


Presidential Signing Statements and Executive Power
Curtis A. Bradley, Eric A. Posner   307

Taxes, Conscience, and the Constitution
Steven D. Smith   365

The Constitution and the Annexation of Texas
Earl M. Maltz   381

Hamdan’s Limits and the Military Commissions Act
Samuel Estreicher, Diarmuid O’Scannlain    403


Farewell to Social Nostalgia
Peter E. Quint   423

Vol. 23 No. 2, Summer 2006

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Constitutional Curiosities: A Twenty-One Question Scavenger Hunt
Jim Chen    139


Compelled Speech
Larry Alexander   147

Justice Iredell, Choice of Law, and the Constitution—A Neglected Encounter
Michael G. Collins   163

Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The Functional Case for Foreign Affairs Deference to the Executive Branch
Julian Ku, John Yoo   179

Fundamentally Wrong About Fundamental Rights
Adam Winkler   227


“Modest Expectations”?: Civic Unity, Religious Pluralism, and Conscience
Richard W. Garnett   241

Mixed Motives: Regarding Race and Racial Fortuity
Kathleen A. Bergin   271

Vol. 23 No. 1, Spring 2006

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Is St. Paul Unconstitutional?
Michael Stokes Paulsen   1


Federalist No. 78 and Brutus’ Neglected Thesis on Judicial Supremacy
Shlomo Slonim   7

Judicial Interpretive Finality and the Constitutional Text
John Harrison   33

Originalism as a Legal Enterprise
Gary Lawson, Guy Seidman   47


Brother, Can You Paradigm?
Brannon P. Denning   81

Deduction, Legal Reasoning, and the Rule of Law
Torben Spaak   121

Vol. 22 No. 3, Winter 2005

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The (Surprising) Truth About Schiavo: A Defeat for the Cause of Autonomy
O. Carter Snead   383

From Cruzan to Schiavo: Similar Bedfellows in Fact and at Law
Edward J. Larson   405

Terri Schiavo: A Right to Life Denied or a Right to Die Honored?
Robert P. George   419

Family Conflict and Family Privacy: The Constitutional Violation in Terri Schiavo’s Death
Robert A. Burt   427

Judging the Schiavo Case
Samuel R. Bagenstos   457

Protecting Unconscious, Medically-Dependent Persons after Wendland & Schiavo
Clarke D. Forsythe    475

The Contagion of Constitutional Avoidance
Scott E. Gant    497

Undue Process: Congressional Referral and Judicial Resistance in the Schiavo Controversy
Adam M. Samaha   505

Schiavo and Klein
Evan Caminker   529

Congress Clears Its Throat
Edward A. Hartnett    553

Killing Terri Schiavo
Michael Stokes Paulsen    585

Vol. 22 No. 2, Summer 2005

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Trumping Precedent With Original Meaning: Not As Radical As It Sounds
Randy E. Barnett    257

Originalism, Stare Decisis and the Promotion of Judicial Restraing
Thomas W. Merrill   271

The Intrinsically Corrupting Influence of Precedent
Michael Stokes Paulsen   289

Originalism, Precedent, and Candor
David A. Strauss   299

Text, Precedent, and the Constitution: Some Originalist and Normative Arguments for Overruling Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
Steven G. Calabresi   311


Constitutional Contortion? Making Unfettered War Powers Compatible With Limited Government
Gordon Silverstein    349

Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off?
Keith E. Whittington   365

Vol. 22 No. 1, Spring 2005

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Moving the Supremes to the Heartland: The Case for Omaha
Daniel A. Farber    1


Revenge of the Triple Negative: A Note on the Brandeis Brief in Muller v. Oregon
Clyde Spillenger   5

Fig Leaf Federalism and Tenth Amendment Exceptionalism
Nelson Lund   11

The Dubious Enumerated Power Doctrine
Calvin H. Johnson   25

When Government Must Pay: Compensating Rights and the Constitution
Kenneth Agran   97

Elizabeth Cady Stanton on the Federal Marriage Amendment: A Letter to the President
Tracy A. Thomas    137

The Constitutionality of States Extending Personhood to the Unborn
Alec Walen   161


The Protestant Revolutions and Western Law
William B. Ewald   181

A Criminal Procedure Regime Based on Instrumental Values
Tracey Maclin   197

Whose America?
Judith T. Younger   241

Treatise Writing During Constitutional Moments
Mark Tushnet   251

Vol. 21 No. 3, Winter 2004

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The Law Student’s Bill of Rights
John C.P. Goldberg   633


The Political Battle for the Constitution
H.W. Perry, Jr., L.A. Powe, Jr.   641

Reynolds v. United States: The Historical Construction of Constitutional Reality
Donald L. Drakeman   697

Tahoe’s Requiem: The Death of the Scalian View of Property and Justice
Laura S. Underkuffler   727


Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of 1798 to the War on Terrorism
Michael Kent Curtis    757

English Constitutionalism Circa 2005, Or, Some Funny Things Happened After the Revolution
Ernest A. Young    771

Being Proportional about Proportionality
Vicki C. Jackson   803

(So) What If It’s All Just Rhetoric?
David McGowan   861

Vol. 21 No. 2, Summer 2004

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The F-Motion
Eric Vanatta   285


Fixing the Constitutional Absurdity of the Apportionment of Direct Tax
Calvin H. Johnson   295

Interpreting the Sixteenth Amendment (by Way of the Direct-Tax Clauses)
Erik M. Jensen   355

Progressive Political Theory and Separation of Powers on the Burger and Rehnquist Courts
Eric R. Claeys   405

The Constitutionality of the Filibuster
Michael J. Gerhardt   445

Resolving Political Questions Into Judicial Questions: Tocqueville’s Thesis Revisited
Mark A. Graber   485

Constitutional Law as “Normal Science”
Toni M. Massaro   547


The Conceptual Jurisprudence of the German Constitution
William Ewald   591

Shards of Citizenship, Shards of Sovereignty: On the Continued Usefulness of an Old Vocabulary
Sanford Levinson   601

Democracy as Civic Conversation
Louis R. Cohen   625

Vol. 21 No. 1, Spring 2004

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Introduction    1

Grutter or Otherwise: Racial Preferences and Higher Education
Larry Alexander, Maimon Schwarzschild   3

Racial Integration as a Compelling Interest
Elizabeth S. Anderson   15

Racial Integration as a Compelling Interest
Elizabeth S. Anderson   15

After Grutter v. Bollinger— Revisiting the Desegregation Era From the Perspective of the Post-Desegregation Era
Kevin D. Brown   41

Affirmative Refraction: Grutter v. Bollinger Through the Lens of The Case of the Speluncean Explorers
Paul L. Caron, Rafael Gely   63

Jim Crow’s Long Goodbye
Gabriel J. Chin   107

In Defense Of Deference
Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Guy-Uriel E. Charles   133

The Last Twenty Five Years of Affirmative Action?
Kevin R. Johnson   171

Tacking Left: A Radical Critique of Grutter
Daria Roithmayr   191

The Dark Side of Grutter
Girardeau A. Spann   221

Secrecy and Dishonesty: The Supreme Court, Racial Preferences, and Higher Education
Abigail Thernstrom, Stephan Thernstrom   251

International Human Rights Law Perspective on Grutter and Gratz
David Weissbrodt   275

Vol. 20 No. 3, Winter 2003

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In Re Hundred Acre Wood
David McGowan   437


The Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 and the Commerce Clause
Allan Ides   441

Homage to Clio: The Historical Continuity from the Articles of Confederation into the Constitution
Calvin H. Johnson   463

Recess Appointments and An Independent Judiciary
William Ty Mayton   515

The Dimension of the Supreme Court
Paul H. Edelman   557


How Many Spouses Does the Constitution Allow One to Have?
David R. Dow, Jose I. Maldonado   571

Searching for the Peaceable Kingdom
Mark D. Rosen   611

American Democracy: A Model Oxymoron or Who Knew the Constitution Provided Affirmative Action for States?
Miranda Oshige McGowan   631

Telling Stories for Liberty
David McGowan   651


The Story of McCulloch: Banking on National Power
Daniel A. Farber   679

Brilliance Remembered
Jim Chen   717

Vol. 20 No. 2, Summer 2003

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Marbury at 200: A Bicentennial Celebration of Marbury v. Madison

Marbury as History

Marbury and the Retreat from Judicial Supremacy
Larry D. Kramer   205

The Marbury of 1803 and the Modern Marbury
Sylvia Snowiss   231

What Are the Facts of Marbury v. Madison?
Sanford Levinson, Jack M. Balkin   255

Marbury’s Errors?

Not the King’s Bench
Edward A. Hartnett   283

The Lame Ducks of Marbury
John Copeland Nagle    317

Marbury’s Wrongness
Michael Stokes Paulsen   343

Marbury at 200: Judicial Supremacy Today

The Importance of Being Final
Daniel A. Farber   359

Constitutional Rules, Constitutional Standards, and Constitutional Settlement: Marbury v. Madison and the Case for Judicial Supremacy
Larry Alexander   369

Interpretative Equality as a Structural Imperative (Or “Pucker Up and Settle This!”)
Gary Lawson   379

The Office of the Oath
Patrick 0. Gudridge   387

Judicial Supremacy and Its Discontents
Dale Carpenter   405

Vol. 20 No. 1, Spring 2003

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The Last Man Off Standard
David McGowan   1

True Blue
Gil Grantmore   5


How “Decentralization” Rationalizes Oligarchy: John McGinnis and the Rehnquist Court
Andrew Koppelman   11

Decentralizing Constitutional Provisions Versus Judicial Oligarchy: A Reply to Professor Koppelman
John 0. McGinnis   39

The Little Red Schoolhouse: Pierce, State Monopoly of Education and the Politics of Intolerance
Paula Abrams   61

Mother May I? Imposing Mandatory Prospective Rules of Statutory Interpretation
Larry Alexander, Saikrishna Prakash   97

The Myth of the Neutral Amicus: American Courts and their Friends, 1790-1890
Stuart Banner   111

On the Waterfront: Cheese-Eating, HUAC, and the First Amendment
Jeffrey M. Shaman   131

The Federalist Papers and the Bill of Rights
Shlomo Slonim   151


The Court and the Empire
Michael Kent Curtis   163

Judicial Sovereignty: The Legacy of the Rehnquist Court
E. Thomas Sullivan   171

“Sir, Yes, Sir!”: The Courts, Congress, and Structural Injunctions
Mark Tushnet   189

Vol. 19 No. 3, Winter 2002

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The Grinch Who Stole Legislation (A Sequel)


“Equal Protection, My Ass!”? Bush v. Gore and Laurence Tribe’s Hall of Mirrors
Nelson Lund   543

The Unbearable Wrongness of Bush v. Gore
Laurence H. Tribe   571

Carnival of Mirrors: Laurence Tribe’s “Unbearable Wrongness”
Nelson Lund   609

Lost at the Equal Protection Carnival: Nelson Lund’s Carnival of Mirrors
Laurence H. Tribe   619

Keeping Legal History “Legal” and Judicial Activism in Perspective: A Reply to Richard Pildes
Charles A. Heckman   625

Keeping Legal History Meaningful
Richard H. Pildes   645

Washington, Patton, Schwarzkopf and Ashcroft?
Michael Herz   663

How Many Judges Does it Take to Make a Supreme Court?
John V. Orth   681


Playing Without a Referee: Congress, the President, and Foreign Affairs
Daniel A. Farber   693

Separation Rhetoric and Its Relevance
Adam M. Samaha   713

The Republican Monarchy Revisited
Adam Tomkins   737

An Analysis of the Federal Constitutional Right to Same Sex Marriage
Mark Strasser   761

Against (Constitutional) Settlement
Brannon P. Denning   781

Compelling Lessons in the First Amendment
Wilson Huhn   795

The King & I
Jonathan Kahn   813

Vol. 19, No.2, Summer 2002

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A Kid’s Guide to America’s Bill of Rights
Luke Paulsen   291


Smokey and the Bandit in Cyberspace: The Dormant Commerce Clause, the Twenty-first Amendment, and State Regulation of Internet Alcohol Sales
Brannon P. Denning   297

Searching for the False Shout of “Fire”
L.A. Powe, Jr.    345

Constitutionalism in an Age of Speed
William E. Scheuerman    353

Certain Illusions About Speech: Why the Free-Speech Critique of Hostile Work Environment Harassment is Wrong
Miranda Oshige McGowan   391


Practical Judging
Brian H. Bix   453

The Law and Large Numbers
Paul H. Edelman   459

Mathematics and the Legal Imagination: A Response to Professor Edelman
Michael I. Meyerson   477

Voter’s Intent and Its Discontents
John Copeland Nagl   483

The Smug Satisfaction of the Media Mentioned
Stephen Presser   517

Desperately Seeking Serenity
Steven D. Smith   523

Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring 2002

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Dedication and Foreword   1


Youngstown: Pages from the Book of Disquietude
Philip Bobbitt   3

The Price of Experience: The Constitution After September 11, 2001
J. Gregory Sidak    37

The Steel Seizure Case: One of a Kind?
Neal Devins and Louis Fisher   63

Executive Power in Youngstown’s Shadows
Patricia L. Bellia   87

The Steel Seizure Case and Inherent Presidential Power
David Gray Adler   155

Youngstown Goes To War
Michael Stokes Paulsen   215


Military Tribunals and Legal Culture: What a Difference Sixty Years Makes
Jack Goldsmith and Cass R.. Sunstein   261

Vol. 18 No. 3, Winter 2001

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Ode to Conservative Judicial Activism
Rebecca L. Brown   479

Constitutional Law Haiku
Gil Grantmore   481


What Does the Second Amendment Restrict? A Collective Rights Analysis
Carl T. Bogus   485

“Uniform Throughout the United States”: Limits on Taxing as Limits on Spending
Laurence Claus   517

Economic Activity as a Proxy for Federalism: Intuition and Reason in United States v. Morrison
Allan Ides   563

Rating the Presidents of the United States, 1789-2000: A Survey of Scholars in Political Science, History, and Law
James Lindgren and Steven G. Calabresi   583

The Marbury Mystery: Why Did William Marbury Sue in the Supreme Court?
Susan Low Bloch   607


Michelman, Brennan, and Democratic Theory
David Lay Williams   629

Getting to Know Harlan: A New Approach to Judicial Biography?
James A. Thomson   647

The Warren Court and American Politics: An Impressionistic Appreciation
Roger K. Newman   661

Vol. 18 No. 2, Summer 2001

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Washington’s Residency
Calvin Johnson   295

Making the Grade: A Modest Extension of Bush v. Gore
Roger Park   301


The Supreme Court and The Brethren
David J. Garrow   303

The Commerce Clause, the Political Question Doctrine, and Morrison
Ronald D. Rotunda   319

Why the Supreme Court Should Not Have Decided the Presidential Election of 2000
Jesse H. Choper    335

Bush v. Gore: Looking at Baker v. Carr in a Conservative Mirror
Robert J. Pushaw, Jr.   359

Were There Adequate State Grounds in Bush v. Gore?
Michael L. Wells   403


“Nor Long Remember”
Daniel A. Farber   423

“Another Thing Needful”: Exploring Emotions in Law
Neal Feigenson   445

Requiem for Hercules
Edward B. Foley   463

Vol. 18 No. 1, Spring 2001

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Green Eggs and Legislation
Michael Seuss Paulsen   1

Of Judicial Supremacy and Academic Inadequacy
Scott C. Idleman   5


True God of the Next Justice
J. Gregory Sidak   9

The Virtues of Presidential Government: Why Professor Akerman is Wrong to Prefer the German to the U.S. Constitution
Steven G. Calabresi   51

The “Bermuda Triangle?” The Cert Pool and Its Influence Over the Supreme Court’s Agenda
Barbara Palmer   105

Making Sense of Dale
David McGowan   121

Why the Eleventh Amendment Always Matters, Even When Transaction Costs are Zero
Neil S. Siegel   177

Controlling Precedent: Congrsional Regulation of Judicial Decision-Making
Gary Lawson   191

Lawson’s Awesome (Also Wrong, Some)
Michael Stokes Paulsen   231


E Pluribus Unum?
Daniel A. Farber   243

Division and Discord: The Spreme Court Under Stone and Vinson, 1941-1953

Brandeis and the Progressive Constitution: Erie, the Judicial Power, and the Politics of the Federal Courts in Twentieth Century America
Tony A. Freyer   267

The Supreme Nonet
Thomas E. Baker   291

Vol. 17 No. 3, Winter 2000

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Rational Basis Revue
Jim Chen   447


Defending Judicial Supremacy: A Reply
Larry Alexander and Frederick Schauer    455

Shrink Missouri, Campaign Finance, and “The Thing That Wouldn’t Leave”
Richard L. Hasen   483

Fictional Documentaries and Truthful Fictions: The Death Penalty in Recent American Film
David R. Dow   511

The Fourteenth Amendment and Native American Citizenship
Earl M. Maltz   555

Unnatural Born Citizens and Acting Presidents
James C. Ho   575

Presidential Impeachment: The Original Misunderstanding
John V. Orth   587

Necromancing the Equal Rights Amendment
Brannon P. Denning and John R. Vile    593


The Limits of Gaylaw
Dale Carpenter   603

Brown’s Promise, Blaine’s Legacy
Richard W. Garnett   651


Has The Hour of Democracy Come Round at Last? The New Critique of Judicial Review
Stephen M. Griffin   683

Outsider Voices on Gun and the Constitution
Nelson Lund   701

Vol. 17 No. 2, Summer 2000

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Casey at the Court
Gary Lawson   161

Looking for a Model Answer: May Congress Prohibit Sex Selective Abortions?
Michael Stokes Paulsen   165


The Parsimony of Libertarianism
E. Fleming   171


The Canon(s) of Constitutional Law: An Introduction
Mark Tushnet   187

Sovereignty Studies in Constitutional Law: A Comment
T. Alexander Aleinikoff    197

Aim Globally
Martin S. Flaherty   205

A Comparative Constitutional Law Canon?
John E. Finn and Donald P. Kommers   218

The Constitutional Canon: The Challenge Posed by a Transitional Constitutionalism
Ruti Teitel   237

Why the Canon Should be Expanded to Include The Insular Cases and the Saga of American Expansionism
Sanford Levinson   241

The Canon and the Constitution Outside the Courts Sotirios A Barber
James E. Fleming   267

The Canons of Constitutional Law: Teaching with a Political-Historical Framework
Louis Fisher   275

On Casebooks and Canons or Why Bob Jones University Will Never be Part of the Constitutional Law Canon
Neal Devins   285

Democracy, Anti-Democracy, and the Canon
Richard H. Pildes   295

The Case for Including Marks v. United States in the Canon of Constitutional Law
Maxwell L. Stearns   321

Does “Practicality” Have a Place in the “Canon of Constitutional Law”?
Russell I. Weaver   341

Capturing the Canon
Jerome A. Barron   349

The Integration of Theory and Practice in Teaching Structural Issues in Constitutional Law
Daan Braveman and William Banks   361

Chasing the Canon: A Tail’s View of, and Requests to, the Dog
John E. Nowak   375

Constitutional Law’s Loose Canon: Are We Running Software Without an Operating System?
Donald E. Lively   391

“The Canon” of Constitutional Law for Undergraduate Teaching: The Melding of Constitutional Theory, Law, and Interpretive/Empirical Political Science
Ronald Kahn   399

Is There a Canon of Constitutional History?
William M. Wiecek   411


Rights and Responsibilities
Evan Tsen Lee   417

The Black Holes of American Constitutional Law
Eric J. Segall   425

Vol. 17 No. 1, Spring 2000

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Against Diversity
Suzanna Sherry   1

Measuring First Amendment Value: Rebraf’s First Chronicle
Daniel A. Farber   3


The Day After: Do We Need A “Twenty-Eighth Amendment?”
Joel B. Grossman and David A. Yalof   7

Is the Miranda Caselaw Really Inconsistent? A Proposed Fifth Amendment Synthesis
Donald Dripps   19

Dworkin as an Originalist
Jeffrey Goldsworthy   49

That Sick Chicken Won’t Hunt: The Limits of a Judicially Enforced Non-Delegation Doctrine
George I. Lovell   79


The People’s Forest and Levy’s Trees: Popular Sovereignty and the Origins of the Bill of Rights
Brian C Kalt   119

Liberalism Lost
Daniel A. Farber   137

The Ordinary, The Exceptional, the Corrupt, and the Moral: What Did the Impeachment of Bill Clinton Mean for America and Americans?
Stephen B. Presser   149

Vol. 16 No. 3, Winter 1999

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In re J.S.
David McGowan   477

SYMPOSIUM: The Sound of Legal Thunder: The Chaotic Consequences Of Crushing Constitutional Butterflies

Jim Chen   483

Clear and Present Dangers: The Importance of Ideas and the Bowels in the Cosmos
Thomas E. Baker   485

Terry v. Ohio in Hindsight: The Perils of Predicting the Past
Susan Bandes   491

Midnight in the Courtroom of Good and Evil
Jim Chen   499

Be Careful What You Wish For
Michael C. Dorf   505

The Variola Variation
Donald Dripps   511

The Trouble With Tarble’s: An Excerpt from an Alternative Casebook
Daniel A. Farber   517

Would You, Could You, Change A Thing?
Barry Friedman   523

Farewell Madison Avenue
Marci A. Hamilton   529

The School Prayer Decisions
William P. Marshall   535

Justice Without Justices
John 0. McGinnis   541

So Help Me God: Religion and Presidential Oath-Taking
James E. Pfander   549

If the States Had Been Sovereign
Edward L. Rubin   555

Must Joe Robinson Die?: Reflections on the ‘Success’ of Court Packing
Robert A. Schapiro   561

5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 137,175
Eric J. Segall   569

Plus Ça Change … or If Hard Cases Make Bad Law, What Do Bad Cases Make?
Suzanna Sherry   575

The Remand that Made the Court Expand
Maxwell L. Steams   581

The Future of an Illusion: Reconstituting Planned Parenthood v. Casey
Nadine Strossen and Ronald K. L. Collins    587

Two Phone Calls
Cass R. Sunstein   595

The Myth of Superiority
William B. Rubenstein   599

What the Wall Separates: A Debate on Thomas Jefferson’s “Wall of Separation” Metaphor
Daniel L. Dreisbach and John D. Whaley   627


Shocking the Conscience: Pragmatism, Moral Reasoning, and the Judiciary
Daniel A. Farber   675

Civil Liberties During War: History’s Institutional Lessons
Margaret A. Garvin   691

Vol. 16 No. 2, Summer 1999

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“Justice Delayed, Justice Denied”: The Fastest Gun in the East (Or at Least on the Supreme Court)
David Schultz   213


Commonplace or Anachronism: The Standard Model, the Second Amendment, and the Problem of History in Contemporary Constitutional Theory
Saul Cornell   221

Suicide Pact: New Readings of the Second Amendment
Michael A. Bellesiles   247

The Second Amendment in Historical Context
Don Higginbotham   263

To Keep and Bear Arms in the Early Republic
Robert E. Shalhope   269

The Apparent Inevitability of Mixed Government
John Hart Ely   [PG]

Law and Sports Officiating: A Misunderstood and Justly Neglected Relationship
Mark A. Graber   293

The Oxymoron Reconsidered: Myth and Reality in the Origins of Substantive Due Process
James W. Ely, Jr.   315

What if… Buckley Were Overturned?
Alan B. Morrison   347


The Akhil Reed Amar Bill of Rights
Edward A. Hartnett   373


High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton
Vikram David Amar   403

Presidential Defiance of “Unconstitutional” Laws: Reviving the Royal Prerogative
J. Randy Beck   419

Grand Inquests: The Historic Impeachments of Justice Samuel Chase and President Andrew Johnson
Michael J. Gerhardt   433

Lynn D. Wardle   459

Vol. 16 No. 1, Spring 1999

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I’m Even Smarter Than Bruce Ackerman: Why the President Can Veto His Own Impeachment
Michael Stokes Paulsen   1


Commas, Constitutional Grammar, and the Straight-Face Test: What if Conan the Grammarian Were a Strict Textualist?
Peter Jeremy Smith   7

Did Sir Edward Coke Mean What He Said?
John V. Orth   33

Pickup Basketball
Peter L. Olson   39

The Trial of Charles I: A Sesquitricentennial Reflection
Louis J. Sirico, Jr.   51

Nonjudicial Constitutional Interpretation, Authoritative Settlement, and a New Agenda for Research
Bruce G. Peabody   63

DeFunis, Defunct
Jim Chen   91


Alternative Maps for Navigating the First Amendment Maze
Alan E. Brownstein   101

Hey, Christians, Leave Your Kids Alone!
Stephen G. Gilles   149

Vol. 15 No. 3, Fall 1998

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Medium Rare Scrutiny
Michael Stokes Paulsen   397


The Most-Cited Federalist Papers
Ira C. Lupu   403

A Century Lost: The End of the Originalism Debate
Eric J. Segall   411

Another Chat With the Lady in the Grocery Line: Clinton v. Jones
John B. Mitchell   441

The Ten Commandments in Alabama
Steven Lubet   471

Impeachment and Accountability: The Case of the First Lady
Michael J. Broyd and Robert A. Schapiro   479

Unenumerated Constitutional Rights and Unenumerated Biblical Ob- ligations: A Preliminary Study in Comparative Hermeneutics
Samuel J. Levine   511


Unoriginalism’s Law Without Meaning
Saikrishna B. Prakash   529

Ackermania or Uncomfortable Truths?
L.A. Powe, Jr.   547


Free Speech in Its Forgotten Years
Daniel A. Farber   571

Vol. 15 No. 2, Summer 1998

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Constitutional Oddities
Daniel A. Farber   211


If At First You Don’t Succeed, Ignore the Question Next Time? Group Harm in Brown v. Board of Education and Loving v. Virginia
John Hart Ely   215

Where, But for the Grace of God, Goes He? The Search for Empathy in the Criminal Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas
Eric L. Muller   225

A “Uniform and Entire” Constitution; or, What if Madison had Won?
Edward Hartnett   251

Coeur d’ Alene, Federal Courts and the Supremacy of Federal Law: The Competing Paradigms of Chief Justices Marshall and Rehnquist
Vicki C. Jackson   301

The First Amendment Freedoms, Civil Peace and the Quest for Truth
Murray Dry   325

Commandeering, The Tenth Amendment, and the Federal Requisition Power: New York v. United States Revisited
Erik M. Jensen and Jonathan L. Entin   355


The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801
John Harrison   383

Vol. 15 No. 1, Spring 1998

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The Potable Constitution
Jim Chen    1


Diversity and Meritocracy in Legal Education: A Critical Evaluation of Linda F. Wightman’s “The Threat to Diversity in Legal Education”
Stephan Thernstrom   11

Through a Different Lens: A Reply to Stephan Thernstrom
Linda F Wightman   45

A Very New Lawyer’s First Case: Brown v. Board of Education
John J. Cound   57

Ducking Dred Scott: A Response to Alexander and Schauer
Emily Sherwin   65

Is A Coherent Theory of Religious Freedom Possible?
Steven D. Smith   73

The New Sovereignty and the Old Constitution: The Chemical Weapons Convention and the Appointments Clause
John Yoo   87

The Chemical Weapons Convention: Political and Constitutional Issues
Ronald D. Rotunda   131


Inculcating Constitutional Values
William K. Kelly   161

Truth or Consequences? The Inadequacy of Consequentialist Arguments Against Multicultural Relativism
Roderick M. Hills, Jr.    185


Separating Powers: Essays on the Founding Period
Robert J. Delahunty   209

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