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Monday, October 06, 2008

McCain's Citizenship Under Scrutiny

Over at Michigan Law Review's First Impressions, there is now a symposium on Jack Chin's article about McCain -- and whether he can constitutionally run for POTUS -- available here (pdf of the entire symposium). Respondents include Stephen E. Sachs, Larry Solum, Dan Tokaji, and Peter Spiro. What a great lineup! With some luck, we'll be able to get Jack to weigh in here with a reply to these responses.

Jack's previously blogged about this issue here at Prawfs and Adam Liptak in the NYT covered the issue here.

Happy First Monday!

Posted by Administrators on October 6, 2008 at 11:43 AM in Article Spotlight | Permalink

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Why is no one stepping up to say anthing about this! Is he REALLY allowed to campaign for the presidency???? I've been doing some research and found this satire on the situation. We all need to stand together and remind ourselves and mccain the rules of the constitution.

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Posted by: chris fresh | Oct 14, 2008 5:35:31 PM

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