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Is Suspension A Political Question, Amanda L. Tyler May 2015

Is Suspension A Political Question, Amanda L. Tyler

Amanda L Tyler

The article focuses on the Suspension Clause of the U.S. Constitution being a political issue. It says that once suspension is viewed as a nonjusticiable political question, it would turn as a subject on which most of the restraints imposed by the Constitution would not be subjected to judicial enforcement. It is claimed that such thought should be denied because it is at odds of writ of habeas corpus heritage and would only complicate the separation of powers and the institution of judicial reviews.


La República Y El Imperio De Star Wars: Una Aproximación Jurídico-Política, Daniel Soria Luján Jan 2014

La República Y El Imperio De Star Wars: Una Aproximación Jurídico-Política, Daniel Soria Luján

Daniel Soria Luján

No abstract provided.


Redeeming And Living With Evil, Mark A. Graber May 2012

Redeeming And Living With Evil, Mark A. Graber

Mark Graber

Jack Balkin’s Constitutional Redemption and Sandy Levinson’s Constitutional Faith understand the problem of constitutional evil quite differently than Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil. Balkin and Levinson regard constitutional redemption and faith as rooted in the possibility that Americans will eventually defeat evil. Constitutional Evil takes the far more pessimistic view that evil will never be defeated. Constitutional faith and redemption in our permanently fallen state is rooted in the possibility that Americans will find ways of living with each other peaceably knowing that the price of union is the continual obligation to make what the ...


A Tale Told By A President, Mark A. Graber Nov 2011

A Tale Told By A President, Mark A. Graber

Mark Graber

Part I of this essay makes the case for symbolic politics. Presidents often have political reasons for subjecting courts to mere words. Part II makes the case for constitutional hardball.


Thick And Thin: Interdisciplinary Conversations On Populism, Law, Political Science, And Constitutional Change, Mark A. Graber Jul 2008

Thick And Thin: Interdisciplinary Conversations On Populism, Law, Political Science, And Constitutional Change, Mark A. Graber

Mark Graber

No abstract provided.


Les Services D’IntéRêT GéNéRal : Une Identité EuropéEnne Du Rapport De L’ÉTat Au Marché ?, Philippe Reyniers Jan 2004

Les Services D’IntéRêT GéNéRal : Une Identité EuropéEnne Du Rapport De L’ÉTat Au Marché ?, Philippe Reyniers

Philippe Reyniers

In the context of the European Constitution, this article evaluates the European law applicable to services of general interest. It also analyses the normative premises of its regime, in a comparative perspective with the structures of the national welfare state.