My Academic Articles 2013-2014

Moving these off the Sidebar as well.

Response: “Electoral Integrity,” “Dependence Corruption,” and What’s New Under the Sun, 89 New York University Law Review Online 87 (2014)

Super PAC Contributions, Corruption, and the Proxy War over Coordination, Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy, (2014)

Race or Party? How Courts Should Think About Republican Efforts to Make it Harder to Vote in North Carolina and Elsewhere, 127 Harvard Law Review Forum 58 (2014)

Shelby County and the Illusion of Minimalism, 22 William and Mary Bill of Rights J. 713 (2014)

Three Wrong Progressive Approaches (and One Right One) to Campaign Finance Reform, 8 Harvard Law & Policy Review 21 (2014)

Keynote Address of Prof. Richard L. Hasen Given to the Voting Wars Symposium, March 23, 2013, 28 Journal of Law and Politics 417 (2013)

Political Dysfunction and Constitutional Change, 61 Drake Law Review 989 (2013) (symposium)

Is “Dependence Corruption” Distinct from a Political Equality Argument for Campaign Finance Reform? A Reply to Professor Lessig, 12 Election Law Journal 315 (2013)

The 2012 Voting Wars, Judicial Backstops, and the Resurrection of Bush v. Gore, 81 George Washington Law Review 1865 (2013)

A Constitutional Right to Lie in Campaigns and Elections?, 74 Montana Law Review 53 (2013)

End of the Dialogue? Political Polarization, the Supreme Court, and Congress, 86 Southern California Law Review 205 (2013)

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