On February 16 and 17, co-author and law professor Sanford Levinson is holding a free symposium at the University of Texas Law School on “Civic
The president’s power to grant pardons is very broad. With the exception of impeachment, the chief can erase a criminal conviction as if it had never happened. So how far do you think the president’s ability to grant pardons should go?
You might not have noticed but there’s been a lot of talk—and disagreement—in the media about whether or not our country is having a constitutional crisis.
We thought we’d give you some guidelines on how to follow the dots backward from current events to fault lines in our country’s founding document. Here are steps you can take to understand the connections and help you prep for the contest
Forty-eight of the fifty states limit or completely deprive felons of the right to vote.
When the co-authors (that’s what I call Sandy and me) give talks about our book Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Framers, Their Fights, and