Vol. 58 Nbr. 5, April - April 2017
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- Judicial supremacy and taking conflicting rights seriously.
- In defense of judicial supremacy.
- Why Congress does not challenge judicial supremacy.
- Judicial supremacy revisited: independent constitutional authority in American constitutional law and practice.
- Soft supremacy.
- The annoying Constitution: implications for the allocation of interpretive authority.
- Judicial departmentalism: an introduction.
- Much ado about nothing: signing statements, vetoes, and presidential constitutional interpretation.