The virtue of civility ebbs and flows in public life, but Stephen Carter gives us reasons to work to maintain it as a standard of good citizenship.
The present upheaval engulfing France reflects far deeper and unresolved tensions within.
M.J.C. Vile’s Constitutionalism and the Separation of Powers tells the story of a political tradition largely lost in the west.
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Only a new Administrative Judiciary can tame the regulatory state and vindicate the rights of citizens when they get pushed around by a government agency.
Michael Greve's solution sounds pretty good but let’s get a better definition of the problem first.
Could executive branch agencies be turned into helpful adjuncts to federal courts without usurping judicial power? Yes they could.
Michael Greve is right, it’s time to address the serious infirmities that afflict agency adjudication — but my reform proposal is better.
I am willing to gamble that a new Administrative Judiciary would, over time, develop a sensible, rights-centered body of law.