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A group blog on constitutional law, theory, and politics.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly five posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Oct 2022 12
Nov 2022 25
Dec 2022 41
Jan 2023 50
Feb 2023 17
Mar 2023 19
Apr 2023 19
May 2023 35
Jun 2023 37
Jul 2023 18
Aug 2023 15
Sep 2023 17
Oct 2023 39
Nov 2023 14
Dec 2023 6

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Most recent posts

Presidential Elections Ain't What They Used To Be
One question that was asked yesterday in the Colorado Supreme Court was why would the Fourteenth Amendment exclude the Presidency and President from Section Three. What reason could there be for that singular exclusion? One …
On , by Gerard N. Magliocca, 252 words
Section Three as Self-Executing
"I suppose the amendment to the Constitution of the United States proposed by the Thirty-Ninth Congress, known as Article XIV, will soon be declared to have been ratified and become part of the Constitution, and …
On , by Gerard N. Magliocca, 78 words
Enduring Legal Scholarship
Most legal scholarship is ephemeral but some is not. What are the characteristics of enduring legal scholarship? Her I’ll proceed sort of inductively: Suppose someone asked me to compile a reader of enduring constitutional scholarship—defined …
On , by Mark Tushnet, 925 words