• Opinion

If state officials lose ground to the federal government, Dickinson maintained, “It will be their own faults.”

  • Opinion

The list of constitutional provisions impacted by Dickinson is a very long one.

  • Opinion

Most of the Founders opposed slavery, but John Dickinson was one of the few to free his own slaves during his lifetime.

  • Opinion

“A perpetual jealousy regarding liberty is absolutely required in all free states ... Slavery is ever preceded by sleep.”

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This year marks the 250th anniversary of one of the most influential series of writings in American history, John Dickinson’s "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania."

  • Opinion

With an additional observation on an important change to liability for civil rights conspiracy; Myers v. Anderson

  • Analysis

A few thoughts on the jurisprudential philosophy of a legal giant, who just announced his retirement from the bench.

  • Opinion

An informative dialogue between Michael Dorf and Larry Solum.

  • Analysis

My review of an important new article on whether the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment applies to US government actions beyond our borders.

  • Opinion

What is it about originalism that makes smart living constitutionalists write silly things?

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