Framed: America's Fifty-One Constitutions and the Crisis Over Governance
Sanford Levinson compares the U.S. Constitution to the constitutions of the 50 states and argues that in many ways the state constitutions are better. Professor Levinson responded to questions from members of the audience at BookPeople in Austin, Texas.
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