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Posted at 08:33 AM ET, 06/19/2012

A constitutional amendment to Citizens United? Egypt’s military and the constitution [AM Briefing]

Politico’s Arena asks: Should there be a constitutional amendment to reverse Citizens United? (Politico)

Hoover’s Richard Epstein: Psychology vs. Public Policy. (Hoover)

On Egypt’s military taking charge of constitution writing: “I would call it a paper coup,” said Eric Trager, an Egypt analyst at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “The questions now are: ‘Will there be mass protests? Will there be some type of accommodation between the Brotherhood and the military?’” (USA Today)

Zachary M. Hosford of the Center for a New American Security is a winner in the missile contest — it’s not how it sounds. (Washington Post)

Cato’s Gene Healy: Obama’s executive unilateralism. (Washington Examiner)

Room for Debate asks: Would preteens be better off staying in an elementary school that covers kindergarten through eighth grade? Or is there a reason why this age group needs to be sectioned off into a separate middle school? (New York Times)

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