Bruce Fein

attorney

Guest

A Washington attorney specializes in constitutional and international law, Bruce Fein is the author of Constitutional Peril: The Life and Death Struggle of Our Constitution and Democracy and American Empire Before the Fall.

Fein, an associate deputy attorney general under President Ronald Reagan, was a senior policy advisor to Ron Paul's 2012 presidential campaign. He is also a former fellow at the Heritage Foundation and American Enterprise Institute, and a former columnist for the Washington Times.

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