//  11/1/18  //  Latest Developments

Take Care has been pleased to host a symposium on How To Save A Constitutional Democracyan important new book by Aziz Huq and Tom Ginsburg.  

The Constitution's Role in Defending Democracy

Corey Brettschneider | 10/31/18

In defending our democratic system, 'We the People' can look to the Constitution itself as a beacon that defines the rights we are owed.

Four Tools to Save a Constitutional Democracy

Justin Florence | 10/29/18 

Protecting democracies is not a matter of any one election. There’s a long road ahead to save our democracy. Here are some key steps.

Multidimensional Separation(s) of Powers and Questions of Democratic Erosion

Jon Michaels | 10/29/18

All of those tedious checks and balances and lines of separation that frustrate one and all during times of normal, functional democratic governance have a very real role to play in our constitutional order.

Twitter and the Political Community 

Kate Shaw | 10/26/18 

By communicating mainly through Twitter, Trump has asserted the power to define his own political community—and to exclude people from it.

Saving Democracy Through Impeachment?

Rosalind Dixon | 10/24/18  

Low thresholds for impeachment could undermine (rather than strengthen) democracy

Is Our Democracy in Peril?: The Importance of the Courts

Brianne Gorod | 10/23/18

The Constitution can and should play a vital role in preventing democratic decline

Defending our Democracy in the Age of Trump 

Andrew Boyle | 10/23/18 

By Andrew Boyle: Whether we proceed down the path of erosion, or whether we do the work to avert that path, is dependent on us 

How to Save a Constitutional Democracy

Aziz Huq & Tom Ginsburg | 10/22/18 

Our new book offers a distinctive diagnosis of how democracy is lost, and then roadmaps various pathways along which a reform agenda might proceed.

 

 


The President Cannot Constitutionally Block His Critics on Twitter

7/12/19  //  Commentary

The decision is a victory for free speech, an important signal to government officials in the social media era, and a refreshing holding that the President is not above constitutional constraint

Amanda Shanor

The Wharton School

Versus Trump: Sarah Stillman On The Asylee Who Sued The Trump Administration

7/11/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

This week on Versus Trump, Charlie is joined by New Yorker writer Sarah Stillman to discuss the case of Suny Rodriguez, an asylum seeker who sued the Trump Administration over the conditions in detention centers. Listen now!

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps

Silver bullets, blue pencils, and the future of the ACA

7/10/19  //  Quick Reactions

Yesterday, the Fifth Circuit heard oral argument in the case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. It didn't go well.

Nick Bagley

University of Michigan Law School