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The Supreme Court Review, 2021

The latest volume in the Supreme Court Review series.

Since it first appeared in 1960, the Supreme Court Review has won acclaim for providing a sustained and authoritative survey of the implications of the Court's most significant decisions. SCR is an in-depth annual critique of the Supreme Court and its work, analyzing the origins, reforms, and modern interpretations of American law. SCR is written by and for legal academics, judges, political scientists, journalists, historians, economists, policy planners, and sociologists. 

Table of Contents

Eradicating Bush-League Arguments Root and Branch: The Article II Independent-State-Legislature Notion and Related Rubbish
Vikram David Amar and Akhil Reed Amar
Mahanoy v. B.L. & First Amendment “Leeway”
Mary-Rose Papandrea
Safety, Health, and Union Access in Cedar Point Nursery
Benjamin I. Sachs
Showdown at Cedar Point: “Sole and Despotic Dominion” Gains Ground
Cynthia Estlund
Focusing the CFAA in Van Buren
Orin S. Kerr
What Christianity Loses When Conservative Christians Win at The Supreme Court
Russell K. Robinson
Executive Decisions After Arthrex
Jennifer Mascott and John F. Duffy
Late-Stage Textualism
Ryan D. Doerfler
The Roberts Court and the Transformation of Constitutional Protections for Religion: A Statistical Portrait
Lee Epstein and Eric A. Posner
Injury In Fact, Transformed
Cass R. Sunstein
Scalia’s Slip
Owen Fiss
The Institutionalist Turn In Copyright
Shyamkrishna Balganesh

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