Sanford V Levinson in the News

Sanford V Levinson’s faculty profile

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The Harvard Gazette November 14, 2022

Let’s fix how we fix the Constitution

Professor Sanford Levinson analyzes the dysfunctionality of the Constitution — specifically Article V, the process for altering the Constitution.
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Politics in Question September 15, 2022

What’s wrong with the Constitution?

Professor Sanford Levinson is a guest on the podcast "Politics in Question" to discuss aspects of the U.S. Constitution that are undemocratic and about constitutional reform.
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Newsweek June 21, 2022

Could Texas Really Secede? Experts Weigh in

Professor Sanford Levinson weighs in on the unlikeliness of Texas seceding from the United States following a recent Republican convention where the state GOP called for fellow Texans to vote in a referendum.
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Los Angeles Times May 4, 2022

Column: Why we need term limits for Supreme Court justices

Professor Sanford Levinson is quoted about the popularized idea of an enforced term limit for Supreme Court justices. The quote was presented at a roundtable discussion hosted by Levinson and the Texas Law Program on Constitutional Studies.
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The New Republic April 21, 2022

What if Trump wins in 2024?

Professor Sanford Levinson is quoted in an article on the possibility of former President Trump winning re-election in 2024.