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Almost no one noticed when the book was quietly released this summer. It has perhaps the most benumbing title in publishing history. Yet inside this volume of previously confidential legal opinions is the story of how the surveillance state grew into a monster.
Josh Blackman talks about how the debate over the Affordable Care Act is part of a broader discussion about two modern visions of the Constitution.
Jesse H. Rhodes from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, explains how the modern evolution of the two-party system ensures the nation will lurch toward the next crisis after the debt ceiling and government shutdown crises end.
Yes, it’s the first Monday in October, and the Supreme Court has started hearing arguments in new cases. And there are a few high-profile ones in front of the Justices immediately, including a big case involving campaign financing.
Nicole Huberfeld from the University of Kentucky explains the relationship between the federal government and the states in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and why state cooperation in Medicaid expansion is even more important than the ACA Exchanges for some people.