It’s the Institutions, Stupid: The Constitution of Knowledge

This is the first in a series of essays about Jonathan Rauch’s new book, The Constitution of Knowledge. His series is sponsored by Claremont McKenna’s Salvatori Center for the Study ofIndividual Freedom. Jonathan Rauch is a senior fellow at the Brookings … Continue reading It’s the Institutions, Stupid: The Constitution of Knowledge

One Lesson to Learn from the Withdrawal from Afghanistan…And One Not to Learn

Seth Weinberger is Professor of Politics & Government at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. With the stunningly rapid collapse of the Afghan National Army and the abdication of power by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, the U.S.’s 20 … Continue reading One Lesson to Learn from the Withdrawal from Afghanistan…And One Not to Learn

Post-Modern Departmentalism: The New Eviction Moratorium as a Constitutional Moment

Benjamin Slomski is Assistant Professor in Political Science at Ashland University. On August 3rd, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a new eviction moratorium to last for sixty days in areas with high levels of COVID-19 infections. … Continue reading Post-Modern Departmentalism: The New Eviction Moratorium as a Constitutional Moment