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Tag Archives: Constitution

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  • 5 Apr 2023
    Wendy E. Parmet

    How Courts Make Us Sick

    More than three years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States is an unhealthy country. During the pandemic, the United States lost more people per capita to COVID-19 than any other high-income country and life expectancy, which was lower in the United States before the pandemic than in any other wealth country, […]

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  • 10 Feb 2017
    David M. Dorsen

    Remembering Justice Scalia

    David M. Dorsen, author of The Unexpected Scalia: A Conservative Justice's Liberal Opinions (2017), remembers the late Justice Antonin Scalia (1936-2016).

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  • 15 Nov 2016
    Richard Sobel

    Post-Election Blues and Purples

    Richard Sobel, author of Citizenship as Foundation of Rights (2016) reflects on a controversial election.

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  • 2 Nov 2016
    Richard Sobel

    The Citizenship Controversies

    Richard Sobel, author of Citizenship as Foundation of Rights (2016) discusses immigration and the 2016 election.

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  • 9 Sep 2013
    Brien Hallett

    Is the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force Constitutional?

    As the crisis in Syria approaches a boiling point and the US determines its response, Brien Hallett, the author of Declaring War, looks back at the 2001 inception of the War on Terror and the complicated system of powers and authorizations that launched "the perpetual war."

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