Geoffrey R. Stone

University of Chicago Law School

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Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor, and former dean, at the University of Chicago Law School and author of Speaking Out!: Reflections on Law, Liberty and Justice; former law clerk for the late Justice William Brennan

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Some elite colleges and universities go back to the days of segregation and even slavery. Now students are demanding they at least acknowledge the racist past.

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Edward Snowden says he went to work for a defense contractor so he could inform the American public about the government's secret surveillance of telephone and Internet conversations.

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Edward Snowden says he went to work for a defense contractor so he could inform the American public about the government's secret surveillance of telephone and Internet conversations.

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The US Supreme Court has  upheld  President Obama's  Affordable Care Act , a short-term victory with long-term consequences for health care, the powers of Congress and the presidential…

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