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Roberts’s Marbury Moment: The Affordable Care Act Case (NFIB v.
Sebelius), _ Wyo. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming) (presented as the Housel/Arnold
Hate Speech and Democracy, _ Criminal Justice Ethics _ (forthcoming).
Gary L. McDowell's The Language of Law and the Foundation of American Constitutionalism, The Law and Politics Law Review (forthcoming) (book review).
Democracy and Dissent: Strauss, Arendt, and Voegelin in America, 89 Denv. U. L. Rev. 671 (2012) (in Symposium on Revolutions and Democratic Dissent). Westlaw
Do the Right Thing: Understanding the Interest-Convergence Thesis, 106 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 248 (2012). Westlaw
Modernity, Religion and the Public Sphere, 45 Tulsa Law Review 845 (2010) (reviewing Steven H. Shiffrin, The Religious Left and Church-State Relations (2009) & Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Prison Religion: Faith-Based Reform and the Constitution (2009). Westlaw
Review of Owen M. Fiss, Troubled Beginnings of the Modern State, 1888 - 1910, 17 The Law and Politics Book Review 44 (January 2007). Internet
The Theory and Politics of First-Amendment Protections: Why Does the Supreme Court Favor Free Expression over Religious Freedom? 8 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 431 (2006). SSRN ǀ Hein Online ǀ Lexis ǀ Westlaw
The Rule of Law or the Rule of Politics? Harmonizing the Internal and External Views of Supreme Court Decision Making, 30 Law & Social Inquiry: Journal of American Bar Foundation 89 (2005). SSRN ǀ Lexis ǀ Westlaw
Review of Isaac Kramnick & R. Laurence Moore, The Godless Constitution: A Moral Defense of the Secular State, 15 The Law & Politics Book Rev. 1010 (November 2005). Internet
The Problem of Critique: Triangulating Habermas, Derrida, and Gadamer Within Metamodernism, 4 Contemporary Political Theory 296 (2005). ProQuest
Critical Legal Theory, Tulsa Law Magazine, Summer 2000, at 8.
Made for Each Other: The Interdependence of Deconstruction and Philosophical Hermeneutics, 26 Philosophy & Social Criticism 51 (2000). Sage (.pdf download)
Please Don't Wish Me a Merry Christmas: A Critical History of the Separation of Church and State (1998). Internet Preview
Intellectual History in Detail, 26 Reviews Am. Hist. 737 (1998) (reviewing N.E.H. Hull, Roscoe Pound and Karl Llewellyn: Searching for an American Jurisprudence (1997)). Reviews in American History
Diagnosing Power: Postmodernism in Legal Scholarship and Judicial Practice (With an Emphasis on the Teague Rule Against New Rules in Habeas Corpus Cases), 88 Northwestern University Law Review 1046 (1994). Hein Online ǀ Lexis ǀ Westlaw
Persistence of Power and the Struggle for Dialogic Standards in Postmodern Constitutional Jurisprudence : Michelman, Habermas, and Civic Republicanism, 81 Georgetown Law Journal 2243 (1993). Hein Online ǀ Lexis ǀ Westlaw
Felix S. Cohen and His Jurisprudence: Reflections on Federal Indian Law, 35 Buffalo Law Review 479 (1986). Hein Online
Preemption and the Dormant Commerce Clause: Implications for Federal Indian Law, 64 Oregon Law Review 667 (1986). Hein Online
Scope of Judicial Review: Extreme Hardship and the Whipsaw of Illegal Aliens, 36 Administrative Law Review 27 (1984). Hein Online
Comment, The Developing Test for State Regulatory Jurisdiction in Indian Country: Application in the Context of Environmental Law, 61 Oregon Law Review 561 (1982). Hein Online
Neoconservative Politics and the Supreme Court: Law, Power, and Democracy (New York University Press, 2013). Google Books
Free Expression and Democracy in America: A History (University of Chicago Press, 2008). (American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression Book of the Month - January 2009; First Amendment Center/National Archives Book Forum Selection, May 2009). Google Books
American Legal Thought from Premodernism to Postmodernism: An Intellectual Voyage (Oxford University Press 2000) (finalist for 2001 Oklahoma Book Award; translated into Japanese). Google Books
Law and Religion: A Critical Anthology (Stephen M. Feldman ed., New York University Press 2000). Google Books
Please Don't Wish Me a Merry Christmas: A Critical History of the Separation of Church and State (New York University Press 1997) (awarded the Josephine Yalch Zekan Prize). Google Books
Great Expectations: Antisemitism and the Politics of Free-Speech Jurisprudence, in Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity (Koninklijke Brill NV, forthcoming).
Postmodernism and Law, in Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History (Stanley N. Katz ed., Oxford University Press, 2009). Amazon
The Bad Tendency Test, in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties 96 (Paul Finkelman ed., Routledge, 2006). Google Books
Religious Symbols on Public Property, in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties 1312 (Paul Finkelman ed., Routledge, 2006). Google Books
Jews in the United States, in Encyclopedia of Religious Freedom 235 (Catharine Cookson et al. eds., Berkshire/Routledge Publishing, 2003). Google Books
History and Law, in The Oxford Companion to American Law 361 (Kermit L. Hall ed., Oxford University Press, 2002). Google Books
A Christian America and the Separation of Church and State, in Law and Religion: A Critical Anthology 261 (Stephen M. Feldman ed., New York University Press 2000). Google Books
Critical Questions in Law and Religion: An Introduction, in Law and Religion: A Critical Anthology 1 (Stephen M. Feldman ed., New York University Press 2000). Google Books
What I’m Reading
(discussing Ann Patchett’s Magician’s Assistant): In Relation to
the Publication of Neoconservative Politics and the Supreme Court:
Law, Power, and Democracy (New York University Press, 2013), posted on
Writers Read, and Campaign for the American Reader (November 28, 2012).
Supreme Court Health Care Ruling Decision: Did NFIB v. Sebelius Betray Conservative Principles?, posted on From the Square (N.Y.U. Press blog) (July 2, 2012).
The Matrix: Democracy and Free Expression (in Three Dimensions), posted on Balkinization (January 19, 2010).
History, Neoconservatism, and Citizens United, guest blog for Balkinization, http://balkin.blogspot.com (January 2010).