Hadley P. Arkes

Interview with Hadley P. Arkes, Part III

TIC BOARD MEMBER CHRISTOPHER WOLFE INTERVIEWS HADLEY P. ARKES HADLEY P. ARKES IS EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF JURISPRUDENCE AND POLITICAL SCIENCE AT AMHERST COLLEGE AND AUTHOR OF “FIRST THINGS” AND “CONSTITUTIONAL ILLUSIONS AND ANCHORING TRUTHS” THIS IS THE SECOND PART OF A THREE-PART INTERVIEW. IN THE FIRST PART OF THE INTERVIEW, ARKES DISCUSSES THE BEGINNING OF HIS INTELLECTUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY, … Continue reading Interview with Hadley P. Arkes, Part III

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Christopher Wolfe The Extended Republic

Class 10: The Extended Republic

Political Science Course on “Basic Principles of the Original American Constitution“ Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 10: “The Extended Republic” Today we turn to the extended republic. This is one of the most important arguments that the founders made, and it has enormous consequences for the way that American Government acts in practice. We want to … Continue reading Class 10: The Extended Republic

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Hadley P. Arkes

Interview with Hadley Arkes, Part II

TIC BOARD MEMBER CHRISTOPHER WOLFE INTERVIEWS HADLEY P. ARKES HADLEY P. ARKES IS EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF JURISPRUDENCE AND POLITICAL SCIENCE AT AMHERST COLLEGE AND AUTHOR OF “FIRST THINGS” AND “CONSTITUTIONAL ILLUSIONS AND ANCHORING TRUTHS” THIS IS THE SECOND PART OF A THREE-PART INTERVIEW. IN THE FIRST PART OF THE INTERVIEW, ARKES DISCUSSES THE BEGINNING OF HIS INTELLECTUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY, … Continue reading Interview with Hadley Arkes, Part II

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Christopher Wolfe: The Rise of Equality: Racial Equality III

Class 5: The Rise of Equality: Racial Equality III

Political Science Course on “The Changing Purposes of American Government“ Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 5: “The Rise of Equality: Racial Equality III” The first major Supreme Court Case about affirmative action was the Regents of the University of California vs. Bakke. Allan Bakke was a white applicant who was denied admission to a UC School … Continue reading Class 5: The Rise of Equality: Racial Equality III

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Christopher Wolfe Purposes of Constitutionalism

Class 9: The Purposes of Constitutionalism

Political Science Course on “Basic Principles of the Original American Constitution“ Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 9: “The Purposes Of Constitutionalism” At the time of the American founding, there was great debate surrounding the question, “Who should interpret the Constitution?” The position that eventually won out was called moderate judicial review. “Judicial review” refers to the … Continue reading Class 9: The Purposes of Constitutionalism

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Hadley P. Arkes

Interview with Hadley P. Arkes, Part I

TIC Board member CHRISTOPHER WOLFE interviews hadley p. arkes Hadley P. Arkes is Emeritus Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science at Amherst College and Author of “First Things” and “Constitutional Illusions and Anchoring Truths” This is the first part of a three-part interview. find the link to the second part of the interview at the end … Continue reading Interview with Hadley P. Arkes, Part I

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Extended Republic Christopher Wolfe

Class 16: The Extended Republic and Congress III

Political Science Course on “The Changing American Constitution” Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 16: “THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES: THE EXTENDED REPUBLIC AND CONGRESS III” Christopher Wolfe is emeritus professor of political science at Marquette University, and served as co-director of the Thomas International Center from 2005 to 2014.  He currently teaches at the University of … Continue reading Class 16: The Extended Republic and Congress III

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Congress

Class 15: The Extended Republic and Congress II

Political Science Course on “The Changing American Constitution” Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 15: “THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES: THE EXTENDED REPUBLIC AND CONGRESS II” Christopher Wolfe is emeritus professor of political science at Marquette University, and served as co-director of the Thomas International Center from 2005 to 2014.  He currently teaches at the University of … Continue reading Class 15: The Extended Republic and Congress II

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Extended Republic Christopher Wolfe

Class 14: The Extended Republic and Congress I

Political Science Course on “The Changing American Constitution” Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 14: “THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES: THE EXTENDED REPUBLIC AND CONGRESS I” Christopher Wolfe is emeritus professor of political science at Marquette University, and served as co-director of the Thomas International Center from 2005 to 2014.  He currently teaches at the … Continue reading Class 14: The Extended Republic and Congress I

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Judiciary IV Christopher Wolfe

Class 13: Constitutionalism and the Judiciary IV

Political Science Course on “The Changing American Constitution” Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 13: “THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES: CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE JUDICIARY IV” Christopher Wolfe is emeritus professor of political science at Marquette University, and served as co-director of the Thomas International Center from 2005 to 2014.  He currently teaches at the University … Continue reading Class 13: Constitutionalism and the Judiciary IV

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