I’m not an expert on constitutional jurisprudence. I have some passing familiarity with the relevant issues and I certainly have some opinions, but I tread lightly in that terrain. I will say, however, that I find this essay by Barry Friedman and Dahlia Lithwick in Slate very strange. It rests on what appears to be an extended assumption of bad faith. But it’s certainly worth reading.
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