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Michael M. Uhlmann

Michael M. Uhlmann is a Senior Fellow and faculty member of the Claremont Institute, and visiting professor of political science at Claremont Graduate University.

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The Left's Dirty Little Secret
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: July 31, 2017
This article appeared in: Volume XVII, Number 3

The progressive history of eugenics.

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Last Rites
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: February 25, 2016
This article appeared in: Volume XVI, Number 1, Winter 2015/16

Michael Uhlmann remembers Antonin Scalia.

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Honoring Justice Antonin Scalia
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: February 13, 2016
Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Michael Uhlmann remembers one of our great Justices....
 
Small-beer Courage
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: November 25, 2015
The purpose of the university is not to make students comfortable, but to teach them the art of disciplined learning....
 
Two Cheers for Originalism
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: August 25, 2015
This article appeared in: Volume XV, Number 3, Summer 2015

A review of The Constitution: An Introduction, by Michael Stokes Paulsen and Luke Paulsen

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Harry V. Jaffa, 1918-2015
By: Michael M. Uhlmann, Edward J. Erler, Thomas G. West, Larry P. Arnn, Michael Anton
Posted: March 10, 2015
This article appeared in: Vol. XV, Number 1, Winter 2014/15

Tributes by Michael M. Uhlmann, Edward J. Erler, Thomas G. West, Larry P. Arnn, and Michael Anton

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Appointed Tyrants
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: November 6, 2014
This article appeared in: Vol. XIV, Number 4, Fall 2014

Philip Hamburger, the Maurice and Hilda Friedman Professor at Columbia Law School, is a master surveyor of legal history who clearly likes to rummage about in old English and early American legal vaults.

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Thou Shalt Not Steal
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: August 12, 2014
This article appeared in: Vol. XIV, Number 3, Summer 2014

The social teaching of the Catholic Church is a sizeable cloak of many colors.

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Wisdom of the Ages
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: March 21, 2013
This article appeared in: Vol. XIII, Number 1 - Winter 2012/13

A review of The Fortunes of Permanence: Culture and Anarchy in an Age of Amnesia, by Roger Kimball

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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...
 
Right-side Up
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: August 27, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 3 - Summer 2012

A review of The Upside-Down Constitution, by Michael S. Greve

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The Need for Natural Law
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: October 11, 2011
This article appeared in: Vol. XI, Number 4 - Fall 2011
A reply to Hadley Arkes....
 
Natural Law Man
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: July 11, 2011
This article appeared in: Vol. XI, Numbers 1 & 2 - Winter/Spring 2010/11

A review of Constitutional Illusions and Anchoring Truths: The Touchstone of the Natural Law, by Hadley Arkes

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Don't Fence Me In
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: September 3, 2010
This article appeared in: Vol. X, Number 3 - Summer 2010

The problem of presidential power.

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The Liberals' Constitution
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: November 16, 2009
This article appeared in: Vol. IX, Number 3 - Summer 2009

A review of Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence , by Bradley C.S. Watson

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When Law is Not Enough
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: June 16, 2008
This article appeared in: Vol. VIII , Number 2 - Spring 2008

Lawyers and legislators can only go so far in directing the conduct of war. Then you need a president.

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Taming Big Government
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: June 7, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 3 - Summer 2007

Congress won’t and the president can’t.

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A Tell-All with Nothing to Tell
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: April 23, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 2 - Spring 2007

A review of The Theocons: Secular America Under Siege, by Damon Linker

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The Disputed Question
By: Harry V. Jaffa, Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: January 9, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 1 - Winter 2006/07

Harry Jaffa and Michael Uhlmann on the Supreme Court and the Declaration of Independence.

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The Supreme Court v. the Constitution of the United States of America
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: June 26, 2006
This article appeared in: Vol. VI, Number 3 - Summer 2006

Why the Court thinks it is above the law.

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The Right Stuff
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: July 5, 2005
This article appeared in: Vol. V, Number 3 - Summer 2005

How William F. Buckley, Jr., launched the American conservative movement.

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The Road Not Taken
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: June 29, 2004
This article appeared in: Vol. IV, Number 3 - Summer 2004

Why the Court should have listened to Justice Jackson.

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Great Learning Lightly Borne
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: March 12, 2004
This article appeared in: Vol. IV, Number 2 - Spring 2004

Canavan is a man you would wish to know, for the betterment of your soul no less than of your mind.

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The Use and Abuse of Just-War Theory
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: June 4, 2003
This article appeared in: Vol. III, Number 3 - Summer 2003

Lead us not into the pacifist temptation.

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Hail to the Chief
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: September 9, 2002
This article appeared in: Vol. II, Number 4 - Fall 2002

A review of John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the SupAlong with his other dazzling accomplishments, three court cases teach us that John Marshall was one of the greatest men ever to spring from our soil.eme Court , by R. Kent Newmyer

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The Darwinian Mind and Faith of Justice Holmes
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: May 24, 2001
This article appeared in: Vol. I, Number 3 - Spring 2001

The ghost of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. hovers—to borrow one of his own metaphors—like "a brooding omnipresence" over modern American law.

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As the College Goes, So Goes the Constitution
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: February 10, 2001
This article appeared in: Vol. I, Number 2 - Winter 2001

The case against the direct election of the President.

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Restoring Order to the Court
By: Michael M. Uhlmann
Posted: February 10, 2001
This article appeared in: Vol. I, Number 2 - Winter 2001

Constitutional theory is one of the great growth industries of our time and, like personal computers, it appears to have an almost infinite capacity for market expansion.

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