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Politics of law

A scholar looks at the Constitution as philosophy, open to continual interpretation

By Mickey Edwards
March 29, 2009

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Cass Sunstein is a law professor. He specializes in teaching about the Constitution and is highly regarded among his colleagues in academic circles. I begin with this bit of background because if you were to read his newest book without knowing that he is a constitutional scholar, that thought would not likely occur to you. (Full article: 965 words)

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