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Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) Hello, Conspiracy! [read post]
Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) This week, I have argued that the great overlooked question in constitutional law is the who question: who has allegedly violated the Constitution? [read post]
Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) In light of some of the comments and questions on my prior posts, it might be helpful to take a step back and explain exactly what puzzle I started out trying to solve.  [read post]
Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) In yesterday’s post, I argued that the first question in any constitutional controversy should be the who question: who has allegedly violated the Constitution? [read post]
Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) This week, I have argued that the great overlooked question in constitutional law is the who question: who is bound by each clause and so who may violate it? [read post]
11 Mar 2015, 9:05 pm by Walter Olson
Burwell oral argument [Hoover, earlier] With Profs. [read post]
Nicholas Rosenkranz, guest-blogging) On Monday, I pointed out a euphemism of constitutional discourse.  [read post]