Rakove and Sheehan are to be commended for putting together a volume that reminds us what a faithful companion Publius remains.
Anthony A. Peacock
The Voting Rights Act has allowed purely partisan disputes to be transacted in the inflammatory language of race.
The Supreme Court has replaced the Constitution’s principle of the individual’s right to vote with a right to equal representation for minority groups. This post investigates the central moments of this shift in doctrine and practice.
Anthony A. Peacock is Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science at Utah State University. He is the author of Vindicating the Commercial Republic: The Federalist on Union, Enterprise, and War (Lexington Books, 2018) and How to Read The Federalist Papers (The Heritage Foundation, 2010).