Executive Power and the Twitter Wars

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Are There Any Enforceable Limits on Trump’s Destruction?

When you are elected President of the United States, your name is in the history books. The only issue is what will be written next to your name. We, the voters, have reason to elect people sensitive to the judgment of history, because that is a value more reliable than any other to keep one of the most powerful men in the world coloring within…

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Enrolled Cherokee, 9th grade dropout, retired judge, associate professor emeritus, and (so far) cancer survivor. Memoir: Lighting the Fire (Miniver Press 2020)

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Steve Russell

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Enrolled Cherokee, 9th grade dropout, retired judge, associate professor emeritus, and (so far) cancer survivor. Memoir: Lighting the Fire (Miniver Press 2020)

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