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The authority to proclaim a Thanksgiving might seem trivial to us. But it is, in fact, fraught with meaning.
Pirates are still piratical. And just reprisals are still a lawful way to bring them to justice.
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Three contributors discuss Joshua Mitchell's new book and the trajectory of identity politics.
If the Court decides rightly in Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski, mootness will no longer serve as a shield for the erosion of constitutional rights.