Jonathan Marks is Professor of Politics and Department Chair at Ursinus College in the Department of Politics and International Relations. He is the author of Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education. After the January 6th Capitol breach, academics … Continue reading What Universities Owe
James H. Nichols, Jr. is Professor of Government and Dr. Jules L. Whitehill Professor of Humanism and Ethics at Claremont McKenna College. The tearing down of statues, the renaming of buildings and schools, the discrediting of formerly admired founders, presidents, … Continue reading 1620/1820/2020
Greg Weiner is Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Assumption University. He is also a Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He is a regular contributor for The Constitutionalist. The June round of Supreme Court decisions will help reveal … Continue reading Principle, not Institutionalism, at the Supreme Court
George Thomas is the Wohlford Professor of American Political Institutions and Director of the Salvatori Center at Claremont McKenna College. Professor Thomas is a regular contributor to The Constitutionalist. A number of states have rushed to limit how race can … Continue reading The American Creed and American History
Benjamin A. Kleinerman is the R.W. Morrison Professor of Political Science at Baylor University. He is the Editor of The Constitutionalist. Illustration by Madeleine Kleinerman, Second Year Student, Emory University Throughout this pandemic, science has often been invoked as a … Continue reading Follow the Science?
Elizabeth Busch is the Laura and Pete Walker Professor in American Studies, Co-Director of the Center for American Studies, and Director of American Studies at Christopher Newport University. The editorial world is abuzz with reactions to President Biden’s nomination of … Continue reading To Protect or Remove Due Process in Title IX Trials: Which is the Greater Injustice?
Charles U. Zug is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Williams College. Recently, commentators have speculated that the Republican Party might fissure along pro- and anti-Trump lines, with a third party emerging as a consequence. In response, even more commentators have … Continue reading A Trumpian Third Party?
Rita Koganzon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia. Professor Koganzon is also Associate Director of the Program on Constitutionalism and Democracy. In the years prior to the Covid pandemic, a growing number … Continue reading After School Choice? The Eternal Return of the Public School
Robinson Woodward-Burns is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Howard University. The House of Representatives recently passed H.R. 51, a bill to grant statehood to the District of Columbia. The District is subject to congressional oversight … Continue reading Statehood, Partisanship, and the Constitution
Jeffrey K. Tulis is Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a regular contributor to The Constitutionalist. Alexis de Tocqueville chose America for his great study of democracy for two reasons. He thought that the … Continue reading Tocqueville and the Pandemic in America