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Readership: Ggeneral readers, scholars, and students interested in American law, constitutional rights, constitutional law, and states versus national law.
Sanford Levinson, Professor of Law and Political Science, University of Texas-Austin
Sanford Levinson is Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Texas-Austin. His books include Our Undemocratic Constitution, Constitutional Faith, and Wrestling with Diversity.
2 Of Compromise and Constitutions
3 What is the pint of preambles?
4 How does a <"Republican Form of Government>" differ from <"Democracy>"?
5 Elections and a Republican form of government
7 If two opinions are good, is a third opinion (with the power of most of the time absolutely to kill the decision of the first two opinion-makers) even better?
8 Presidentialism (and <"gubernatorialism>")
9 So what, precisely, does one get, as a constitutional matter, upon being elected president?
10 Presidential duration in office, the possibility of impeachment, and the role of the vice president
11 Divided government
12 How <"independent>" a judiciary do we really want?
13 On the judiciary (and Supreme Court) as guardian of the Constitution
16 Emergency Powers