Popular Constitutionalism, Departmentalism, and Judicial Supremacy, 92 CALIF. L. REV. 1027-43 (with Robert Post) (2004)
It is a pleasure and a privilege to comment on Larry Kramer's 2002 Jorde Lecture. Beautifully crafted, deeply erudite, sharply original, and resonant with passionate conviction, the Lecture addresses a topic of growing significance to contemporary constitutional thought. Together with the book from which it is drawn, the Lecture will no doubt prove a major contribution to our understanding of American constitutional history. Time spent reflecting on Kramer's project is time well spent.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Siegel, Reva B., "Popular Constitutionalism, Departmentalism, and Judicial Supremacy" (2004). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1101.