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Reforming the Presidency

Reforming the Presidency

October 20, 2020

Jack Goldsmith speaks with the Bulletin about the most effective approach to regulating the executive branch, “the absolute low point” of presidential relations with the press, and the one issue on which he, an independent, and his co-author, a Democrat, could not agree.

How It All Adds Up

October 20, 2020
How It All Adds Up

Lawrence Lessig discusses institutional threats to representative democracy.

A Movement that Mattered

October 20, 2020
A Movement that Mattered

In “The Arab Winter: A Tragedy,” Feldman writes: “People whose political lives had been determined and shaped from the outside tried politics for themselves, and for a time succeeded. That this did not lead to constitutional democracy or even to a more decent life for most of those affected is not a reason to believe […]

Books in Brief: Fall 2020

October 20, 2020
Books in Brief: Fall 2020

New works on redeeming the administrative state, navigating parenting in a world in which children are immersed in technology, and understanding the importance of understanding how much information you need.

Combatting hate speech in Myanmar

October 16, 2020
Combatting hate speech in Myanmar

A month ahead of elections in Myanmar, the International Human Rights Clinic and 18 organizations released a major report documenting and analyzing the role that hate speech, rampant misinformation campaigns, and ultranationalism have played in the resurgence of oppression and human rights violations in the country.

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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