Plessy Preserved: Agencies and the Effective Constitution

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Sometimes the judicial Constitution is not the one that matters. The administrative state is capable of creating divergent legal frameworks that powerfully shape public life. Joy Milligan discusses the history of an alternative “administrative Constitution” that remains etched in U.S. cities.

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