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Equal Protection Challenges To The Use Of Racial Classifications To Promote Integrated Public Elementary And Secondary Student Enrollments, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2000

Equal Protection Challenges To The Use Of Racial Classifications To Promote Integrated Public Elementary And Secondary Student Enrollments, Kevin D. Brown

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Presidential Non-Enforcement Of Constitutionally Objectionable Statutes, Dawn E. Johnsen Jan 2000

Presidential Non-Enforcement Of Constitutionally Objectionable Statutes, Dawn E. Johnsen

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This article, published in Law & Contemporary Problems, was presented at a Duke Law School conference, The Constitution Under Clinton: A Critical Assessment. It examines a recurring, unsettled issue of executive power: how the President best fulfills his constitutional responsibilities when confronted with the enforcement of a statute that he believes is unconstitutional. What should the President do if he believes enforcing a statutory provision would violate the Constitution? Should, for example, a President comply with a congressional command that he believes would violate the constitutional rights of individuals or compromise presidential power? The article examines the two prevailing approaches taken ...


The Constitutionality Of Racial Classifications In Public School Admissions, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2000

The Constitutionality Of Racial Classifications In Public School Admissions, Kevin D. Brown

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