APSA

Judicial Review as a Limit on Government Domination: Reframing, Resolving, and Replacing the (Counter)Majoritarian Difficulty

Judicial Review as a Limit on Government Domination: Reframing, Resolving, and Replacing the (Counter)Majoritarian Difficulty Matthew E.K. Hall Abstract: For centuries, politicians, activists, and academics have criticized the American system of judicial review as democratically illegitimate. In […]

Journals

Lest Congress Forgets: A Fellow’s Walk and Institutional Partisanship in Contemporary Representational Politics

The latest virtual issue of PS features articles written by alumni of the Congressional Fellowship Program (CFP) from 2010 to 2015. The CFP fellows serve yearlong placements in congressional and executive offices, and they chronicle […]

APSA

Class Bias in Voter Turnout, Representation, and Income Inequality

Class Bias in Voter Turnout, Representation, and Income Inequality William W. Franko, Nathan J. Kelly and Christopher Witko Abstract: The mass franchise led to more responsive government and a more equitable distribution of resources in the United States and […]

APSA

Deterring Wage Theft: Alt-Labor, State Politics, and the Policy Determinants of Minimum Wage Compliance

Deterring Wage Theft: Alt-Labor, State Politics, and the Policy Determinants of Minimum Wage Compliance Daniel J. Galvin Abstract: Can stronger state-level public policies help protect workers from “wage theft?” In recent years, workers’ rights groups have responded […]