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We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
Joshua Cohen, Glenn C. Loury
Obama, rather than dismantling Bush’s counterterrorism apparatus, has in crucial respects perpetuated it.
In contrast to Loving v. Virginia, on the same-sex marriage issue the Court may have to make a decision before a national consensus emerges.
Pamela S. Karlan
Why the Open Internet Is Worth Saving
If Congress had voted to provide every American with health care through a national health service, that new law would be safe from constitutional challenge.
Marriage has not been one unchanging institution over time. Features that once seemed essential and indispensable proved otherwise.
Nancy F. Cott
Our penal system, with its black tinge, constitutes a profound racial injustice. But is it a new form of Jim Crow?
James Forman, Jr.
Bush v. Gore casts a shadow far beyond the Court’s election-law docket.
In my time working at Citigroup, I learned how to connive customers.
Supermax Torture in America
Kept underground in Evin Prison.
The question is not whether federal judges should strike down popularly enacted policies, but when.
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Andrew L. Croxford
Mariana Mazzucato, Rainer Kattel, Josh Ryan-Collins
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