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" – President Gerald Ford "[T]he right to vote is the crown jewel of American liberties, and we will not see its luster diminished. [read post]
16 Apr 2021, 9:30 pm by ernst
  University of Chicago Law School on faculty members William A. [read post]
7 Nov 2013, 7:53 am by Daniel Shaviro
Rechtschaffen, Co-Chair Comfort Global Economic Policy Forum.Panelists: Gerald Rosenfeld, Advisor to the CEO and Vice Chairman Investment Banking at Lazard Ltd; Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Senior Lecturer, and Co-Director, Leadership Program on Law and Business at NYU; Abby Cohen, Senior U.S. [read post]
26 Apr 2022, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
For the Balkinization Symposium on Joseph Fishkin and William Forbath, The Anti-Oligarchy Constitution: Reconstructing the Economic Foundations of American Democracy (Harvard University Press, 2022).Gerald Torres Two books sit on my desk. [read post]
21 Feb 2008, 7:21 pm
  William Masselos's historic premiere recording of the First Sonata? [read post]
11 Mar 2008, 2:56 pm
UPDATE: Reader William Salter says no: No, I think the phenomenon of Obama is not because of his race, but irrespective of his race. [read post]
10 Mar 2007, 8:30 pm
  In the afternoon, I attended a performance of "The Pirates of Penzance, or The Slave of Duty" by William S. [read post]
18 Jun 2015, 9:30 am by azatty
The pen Gerald Ford used to sign his pardon of Richard Nixon, Sept. 8, 1962. [read post]
22 Feb 2014, 6:00 am by Mary Whisner
United States, by Joseph William SingerMark the Plumber v. [read post]
9 Jul 2019, 7:48 am by Steve Lubet
Williams Memorial Professor of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Thomas McAffee, William S. [read post]
11 Mar 2016, 1:34 pm by Scott Grabel
Gerald “Jerry” Williams, a suspect in a burglary, told police about a week after the murder that he and a friend had witnessed the killing in the park. [read post]
30 Jul 2011, 1:04 pm by Ken Kersch
In an echo of political scientist Gerald Rosenberg’s classic (and controversial) book, The Hollow Hope: Can the Courts Bring About Social Change (Chicago, 1991), the publisher’s description of The Tragedy of William Jennings Bryan states that “The judicial backlash of the 1890s—the most powerful the United States has ever experienced—illustrates vividly the risks of seeking fundamental social change. [read post]