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05/01/2017

Latest Issue of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy
Michael Ramsey

Volume 40, Issue 1 (April 2017) is available here.  It features essays from the 2016 Federalist Society National Student Symposium plus (as usual) several articles of originalist interest.  Here is the table of contents:

POVERTY, INEQUALITY, AND THE LAW THE THIRTY‐FIFTH ANNUAL FEDERALIST SOCIETY NATIONAL STUDENT SYMPOSIUM ON LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY—2016

IMMIGRATION, FREEDOM, AND THE CONSTITUTION, Ilya Somin

THE POWER TO CONTROL IMMIGRATION IS A CORE ASPECT OF SOVEREIGNTY, John C. Eastman

JUMP‐STARTING K–12 EDUCATION REFORM, Clint C. Bolick

ECONOMIC EQUALITY IS AN IMMORAL IDEAL, Yaron Brook

AMERICA’S EXCEPTIONAL SAFETY NET, Julia D. Mahoney

THE FREEDOM TO FAIL: MARKET ACCESS AS THE PATH TO OVERCOMING POVERTY AND INEQUALITY, Jason Scott Johnston

LESSONS FROM THE LEAST OF THESE, Robert Woodson

ARTICLES

DEFYING CONVENTIONAL WISDOM: THE CONSTITUTION WAS NOT THE PRODUCT OF A RUNAWAY CONVENTION, Michael Farris

DELEGATION RECONSIDERED: A DELEGATION DOCTRINE FOR THE MODERN ADMINISTRATIVE STATE, Ronald A. Cass

“AN ARTIFICIAL BEING”: JOHN MARSHALL AND CORPORATE PERSONHOOD,  Christopher J. Wolfe

ESSAY

A PROPOSAL TO RESTRUCTURE THE CLEMENCY PROCESS—THE VICE PRESIDENT AS HEAD OF A WHITE HOUSE CLEMENCY OFFICE, Paul J. Larkin, Jr.