“Who Decides” by Jeffrey S. Sutton
Jeffrey S. Sutton is the Chief Judge of the Sixth Circuit. But he is also a prolific scholar on state constitutional law and federalism. In the span of three years, he has published two genre-defining books with Oxford University Press. His output is truly remarkable. In 2018, Sutton published 51 Imperfect Solutions: State and the Making of American Constitutional Law. This year, Sutton published the follow-up book, Who Decides? State as Laboratories and Constitutional Experimentation. All students of constitutional law should keep both books close at hand.
I don’t have the time to do a full-review at this time, but I wanted to flag a section from Chapter 1 of the new book, titled “Umpiring and Gerrymandering.
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