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Money and the Abortion Debate

Money and the Abortion Debate

Mary Ziegler— How did the abortion debate come to revolutionize the broader struggle over money in politics? The story has many characters, but James Bopp Jr. stands out. A proud… READ MORE

Theories of Managerialism

Theories of Managerialism

Beth Simone Noveck— In recent decades, especially since Reagan and Thatcher, some scholars and practitioners have argued that the way to fix government is to copy the techniques of the… READ MORE

Paradoxes of Constitutional Processes

Paradoxes of Constitutional Processes

Donald L. Horowitz— Suppose you were advising a constitutional assembly chosen to produce a new constitution for a troubled country. Most constitutions are created because some trouble has occurred: the… READ MORE

Why Liberalism Failed

Why Liberalism Failed

Patrick J. Deneen— A political philosophy conceived some 500 years ago, and put into effect at the birth of the United States nearly 250 years later, was a wager that… READ MORE

Investigating a President

Investigating a President

Josh Chafetz— It’s hard to keep track of all of the ongoing investigations into the Trump campaign and administration. At the very least, we know of inquiries by special counsel… READ MORE

The Growth of Presidential Power

The Growth of Presidential Power

Benjamin Ginsberg— For most of the nineteenth century, the presidency was a weak institution. In unusual circumstances, a Jefferson, a Jackson, or a Lincoln might exercise extraordinary power, but most… READ MORE

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