Constitutional Outlook

Series of writings on contemporary federalism and constitutional law issues, written by Resident Scholar Michael S. Greve. Of related interest: the AEI Legal Center for the Public Interest. This series was, through 2007, known as Federalist Outlook.

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2005

2004

December (No. 22) - Liability Reform: Carpe Diem
August (No. 21) - The Justices at Home Abroad
March (No. 20) - Same-Sex Marriage: Commit It to the States

2003

September-October (No. 19) - Subprime, but not Half-Bad
August (No. 18) - The Term the Constitution Died
May (No. 17) - Washington and the States
March (No. 16) - Choice and the Constitution

2002

December (No. 15) - Commerce and the Constitution
September-October (No. 14) - States' Rights on Steroids
July-August (No. 13) - The Supreme Court Term That Was and the One That Will Be
May-June (No. 12) - Free Eliot Spitzer!
April (No. 11) - Compacts and Collusion
January-February (No. 10) - New Insights from the Old Continent

2001

November (No. 9) - National Power, Post-9/11
September (No. 8) - E-Taxes: Between Cartel and Competition
July (No. 7) - Federalism, Yes. Activism, No.
May (No. 6) - Laboratories of Democracy: Anatomy of a Metaphor
March (No. 5) - Big Government Federalism

2000

December (No. 4) - Federalism after the Election
September (No. 3) - Cooperation Does Not Work
August (No. 2) - The Supreme Court's Federalism
June-July (No. 1) - The AEI Federalism Project

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