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Posner v. Heller

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On August 22, 2008
Richard Posner has an interesting article — essentially an application of his recent HLR Foreword — critiquing the Supreme Court’s decision in Heller, the D.C. gun control case. It’s a useful corrective to the glib certainty of the majority opinion and its strongest supporters. And yet, it’s frustrating in its own right. One problem is […]

Everyone Balances

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On June 27, 2008

There’s something of a curious disconnect between two passages of Scalia’s opinion in Heller: After an exhaustive discussion of the arguments for and against gun control, Justice Breyer ar

Law Office History

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On June 27, 2008

Great point by Sandy Levinson: If one had any reason to believe that either Scalia or Stevens was a competent historian, then perhaps it would be worth reading the pages they write. But they are not.

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