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The Sum of All Delegated Power, 124 Yale L.J. F. 180 (2014).
Originalism All the Way Down?, 30 Const. Comment. 149 (2014).
The Cost of Judicial Error: Stare Decisis and the Role of Normative Theory, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 5 (2014).
Inkblot: The Ninth Amendment as Textual Justification for Judicial Enforcement of the Right to Privacy, 80 U. Chi. L. Rev. Dialogue 219 (2013).
The Constitutional Referendum of 1866: Andrew Johnson and the Original Meaning of the Privileges or Immunities Clause, 101 Geo. L.J. 1275 (2013).
Resolution VI: The Virginia Plan and Authority to Resolve Collective Action Problems Under Article I, Section 8, 87 Notre Dame L. Rev. 2123 (2012).
Federalism, Individual Rights and Judicial Engagement, 19 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 873 (2012).
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Beyond Incorporation, 18 J. Contemp. Legal Issues (2010).
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--Cited by United States Supreme Court, McDonald v. Chicago (2010).
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Originalism as Jujitsu, 25 Const. Comment. 521 (2009).
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Three Myths of the Ninth Amendment, 56 Drake L. Rev., 101 (2008).
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--Cited by United States Supreme Court in Greece v. Galloway (2014).
--Excerpts of this article are reprinted in The Establishment Clause: An Anthology (Alan Brownstein ed.)(Prometheus, 2007).
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