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What Does It Mean to Interpret the Constitution?

Do Supreme Court justices really just call balls and strikes, or are the Court’s decisions merely politics by another name? When we read that judges are originalists or favor a living…

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CITP Seminar: Woodrow Hartzog - A Duty of Loyalty for Privacy Law

Data privacy law fails to stop companies from engaging in self-serving, opportunistic behavior at the expense of those who trust them with their data. Academics and policymakers have recently…

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Constitutional Interpretation and the Common Good

James Madison Program Constitution Day EventFunded by the Bouton Law Lecture Fund September 17, 2020John O. McGinnis, George C. Dix Professor of Constitutional Law, Pritzker School of Law,…

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Type Checking: Part 2: Ocaml Implementation

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Type Checking: Part 1: Formal Rules

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A Mathematical Model of Ocaml

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Simple Functions

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Introduction to Ocaml

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PNI Bootcamp 2020 Day 2 Math/Programming

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Outliers, Outlaws, and the Origins of the Jewish War Against Rome

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Fixing Bugs in Democracy: The Electoral College - Jesse Wegman with Julian Selizer and Sam Wang

Jesse Wegman is a journalist, author, and New York Times Editorial Board Member. In his new book, Wegman asks a simple question: how can we tolerate the Electoral College when every vote does not…

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A New Approach to Seleucid serrated coins: Questions of Reform and Dynastic Continuity

The serrated (saw-shaped) coins of the Carthaginians, Romans, Seleucids, and Antigonids remain an enigma in the history of coinage. A large reason for this has been the increased scholarly interest…

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The Reformer: How One Liberal Fought to Preempt the Russian Revolution

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Demopolis: Democracy Before Liberalism

Josiah Ober, Mitsotakis Professor of Political Science and Classics, Stanford University

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Mexico's 2018 Elections: Round Table: Institutional Safeguards and Challenges

Javier Aparicio, CIDE Lorenzo Cordova, INE Reyes Rodriguez, TEPJ Guillermo Trejo, Notre Dame Moderator: Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, Theodore A. Well '29 Professor of Economics, Princeton University

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Law and Economics: Enemy or Friend of Classical Liberalism?

Michael Krauss, George Mason University Law School

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