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John Marini

John Marini is professor of political science at the University of Nevada-Reno and a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute.

 

Dr. Marini has written extensively on the development of bureaucracy and the three branches of American government. He is co-editor of The Imperial Congress: Crisis in the Separation of Powers (Pharos Books, 1989) and author of The Politics of Budget Control (Crane Russak, 1992).

Articles found on this site:
Donald Trump and the American Crisis
By: John Marini
Posted: July 22, 2016
Understanding Trump's appeal....
 
A CRB discussion of Saving the Constitution
By: Jean M. Yarbrough, Bradley C.S. Watson, Michael M. Uhlmann, Jeremy Rabkin, John Marini, James W. Ceaser
Posted: December 12, 2012
The Spring 2012 issue of the Claremont Review of Books featured two cover essays, one titled "Abandoning the Constitution," in which John Marini analyzes America's departure from constitutional government, and the other "Restoring the Constitution," in which James W...
 
Abandoning the Constitution
By: John Marini
Posted: June 25, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 2 - Spring 2012

America has a problem, not because of our Constitution but because constitutionalism as a theoretical doctrine is no longer meaningful in our politics

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Our Enemy, The State?
By: John Marini
Posted: December 5, 2002
This article appeared in: Vol. III , Number 1 Winter 2002/03

Like Reagan, Twight understands freedom in opposition to dependency upon government.

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There Once Were Giants
By: John Marini
Posted: May 24, 2001
This article appeared in: Vol. I, Number 3 - Spring 2001

How the Hollywood Western stood tall against the triumphs of Progressivism.

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The Political Conditions of Legislative-Bureaucratic Supremacy
By: John Marini
Posted: May 4, 1988
Dr. John Marini discusses the constitutional crisis of the modern Congress created by its delegation of lawmaking to the executive branch and its opportunistic relationship with the judiciary....
 
The Political Conditions of Legislative-Bureaucratic Supremacy
By: John Marini
Posted: July 16, 2014
This article appeared in: Volume VI, No. 1 - Spring 1988
eagan conservatives may have been right to view the Supreme Court nomination of Anthony Kennedy-whose eventual performance before its judiciary committee gave the Senate no reason to reject him-as a capitulation to the organized inter­est groups and Senate liberals who spiked Robert Bork. But th...