Sanford Levinson

So Many Origins

Two new books help give us a view of the entire Constitution. They do not ignore the “generalities,” but they discuss the unlitigated portions as well

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Against the veto.

This summer, President Bush issued a veto for the first time. The occasion: a bill--passed by wide but not veto-proof majorities in the House and Senate-- that would have expanded federal funding of stem-cell research. Following Bush's announcement, liberals, predictably, denounced his move as a capitulation to the religious right, while conservatives, just as predictably, lauded his commitment to the sanctity of life.

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