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Constitutional Logic and the Sanhedrin

Under the Anglo-American systems of separation of powers and checks & balances, a law passed by Congress or a state legislature can be challenged and brought before the Supreme Court—a judicial institution more properly called the Sanhedrin given that one-third … Continue reading

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An Occupied Country

When people refer to occupation governments or occupied countries, the first thought is often of military occupation—the garrisoning of foreign troops in one’s cities and civil administration by their military executives. The other vision is the trope of a cabal … Continue reading

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