Heather Gerken

Yale Law School

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Heather Gerken is Professor of Elections Law at Yale Law School.

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States' Rights, designed to curb federal power by the 10th amendment, led to the Civil War and helped the Solid South resist school integration.

A new 'Tea Party' emerges from the left

States' Rights, designed to curb federal power by the 10th amendment, led to the Civil War and helped the Solid South resist school integration.

from To the Point

Last week, by a vote of five to four, the US Supreme Court  overturned two of its own precedents  and a 63-year-old limit on corporate spending in political campaigns.

The US Supreme Court and Partisan Politics

Last week, by a vote of five to four, the US Supreme Court overturned two of its own precedents and a 63-year-old limit on corporate spending in political campaigns.

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Corporations are individuals with First Amendment rights, and they can spend whatever they want to in political campaigns.

The US Supreme Court and Partisan Politics

Corporations are individuals with First Amendment rights, and they can spend whatever they want to in political campaigns.

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