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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]