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Constitutional Commentary, Volume 35, Number 2 (Summer 2020)  [7]

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Constitutional Commentery. Volume 35, Number 2 (Summer 2020). Table of contents

Unknown author (University of Minnesota Law School, 2020)
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Against historical practice: facing up to the challenge of informal constitutional change

Griffin, Stephen M. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2020)

The structure of interpretive revolutions

Telman, D.A. Jeremy (University of Minnesota Law School, 2020)
Book review: Originalism's promise: a natural law account of the American Constitution. By Lee J. Strang. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Reviewed by D.A. Jeremy Telman.

Originalism is a succesful theory (in part) because of its complexity: a response to Professor Telman

Strang, Lee J. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2020)
Response by Lee J. Strang to Professor Telman's review of Strang's book, Originalism's promise (2019). Both the review and the response appear in Constitutional Commentary 35.2.

Courts and foreign affairs: "their historic role"

Ramsey, Michael D. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2020)
Book review: Restoring the global judiciary: why the Supreme Court should rule in U.S. foreign affairs. By Martin S. Flaherty. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019. Reviewed by Michael D. Ramsey

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