Party Like It’s 1935?: Gundy v. United States and the Future of the Non-Delegation Doctrine

Party Like It’s 1935?: Gundy v. United States and the Future of the Non-Delegation Doctrine

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article discusses Gundy v. United States, a case involving the...

Can Americans Reconcile Our Constitutional System With an Expansive Administrative State?

Can Americans Reconcile Our Constitutional System With an Expansive Administrative State?

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

A review of: Bureaucracy in America: The Administrative State’s Challenge to Constitutional Government, by Joseph...

“Advice” in the Constitution’s Advice and Consent Clause: New Evidence from Contemporaneous Sources

“Advice” in the Constitution’s Advice and Consent Clause: New Evidence from Contemporaneous Sources

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article discusses the proper interpretation of the Constitution’s Advice and...

Did the Constitution Grant the Federal Government Eminent Domain Power?: Using Eighteenth Century Law to Answer Constitutional Questions

Did the Constitution Grant the Federal Government Eminent Domain Power?: Using Eighteenth Century Law to Answer Constitutional Questions

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article asks whether the Constitution granted eminent domain power to...