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The Uneasy Case for the Affordable Care Act

THE UNEASY CASE FOR THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT STEPHEN E. SACHS 0 1 0 Copyright © 2012 by Stephen E. Sachs. This article is also available at 1 Assistant Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law

The Forum Selection Defense

U.S. THE FORUM SELECTION DEFENSE STEPHEN E. SACHS 0 0 Copyright © 2014 Stephen E. Sachs 1 Associate Professor, Duke University School of Law. I am grateful to William Baude , Kevin Clermont, Scott ... presented here was originally developed in the course of preparing an amicus brief. See Brief of Stephen E. Sachs as Amicus Curiae in Support of Neither Party, Atl. Marine Constr. Co. v. U.S. Dist. Court, 134

The "Constitution in Exile

Constitutional Law Commons - Article 10 T H E “ C O N S T I T U T I O N I N E X I L E ” A S A P R O B L E M F O R L E G A L T H E O R Y Stephen E. Sachs * How does one defend a constitutional theory that’s out ... . That much is obvious. Right answers on turn-of-the-century law school exams turned into wrong answers by 1937, © 2014 Stephen E. Sachs. Individuals and nonprofit institutions may reproduce and distribute

Why John McCain Was a Citizen at Birth

- Stephen E. Sachs* † Introduction Senator John McCain was born a citizen in 1936. Professor Gabriel J. Chin challenges this view in this Symposium, arguing that McCain’s birth in the Panama Canal Zone