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News@Law, 11/09/2016

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The Constitution Is Built to Protect the Losers
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. It’s all about the Constitution now. Republicans will control the White House and both chambers of Congress. They will be able to pass -- or repeal -- their preferred laws, because that’s democracy. But to the Donald Trump opponents worried about what his presidency will bring, know this: There will still be limits to congressional or executive action, limits dictated by the Constitution and enforceable by the courts. The Constitution is designed to resist the tyranny of the majority. James Madison’s machine of constitutional protection is about to kick into gear.
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The Election Is Over. Can Colleges Get Classroom Discussions Back on Track?
Stop checking Sign off of Twitter. Say goodbye and good riddance to those vitriolic political ads. The presidential election is over. But four years can pass quickly, and if colleges can’t lead productive discussions of sensitive topics in their classrooms, can we expect the discourse in future elections to be any better? At Harvard Law School, where admission is a veritable pass to a life of leadership, longtime professor Charles Nesson says the Internet has been “crippling” for classroom discussions. “Even when laptops are closed, you still feel the danger of being in a completely connected environment,” he observes. “People are cautious on issues that engage real diversity and real difference. I think it’s tremendously challenging to law teachers, to socratic teachers. A lot of faculty are feeling that we weren’t trained for this.” Nesson recently started experimenting with an approach he hopes will help.
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Harvard Gazette
Election Day at Harvard
...Here are some snapshots from the day...Megan Fitzgerald, J.D. ’18, said she had mailed her ballot to Louisiana, where she’s registered to vote. Fitzgerald said she found this tumultuous election “unprecedented.”...At Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein Hall, Tracey Daley, the School’s student activities coordinator, wanted to ensure that the night brought the community together, whatever the electoral outcome...Students among the crowd of about 30 who gathered to watch early returns said they learned a lot about the country during the campaign, and not all of it good. “It has been helpful to see the core values of the American electorate,” said law student Emanuel Powell.
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Voting for a Female President Isn’t So Radical Now
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. No matter the outcome, this Election Day marks a signal moment in the history of women’s suffrage. The Founding Fathers had a bad conscience about slavery, but no such qualms about women’s rights. The movement for women’s suffrage didn’t begin until the 1840s. And after the Civil War, when the 15th Amendment was proposed to give blacks the vote, women’s groups splintered over whether the denial of voting rights to women was a reason to oppose the amendment. Today, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, a moderate, centrist reformer, is the political descendant of the women’s suffrage movement of the late 1800s and early 1900s.
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