PENNumbra‘s featured works of November are now available at www.pennumbra.com.
As Lyle Denniston wrote earlier this fall on SCOTUSblog.com, “[f]ew cases the [Supreme] Court might have agreed to hear w[ill] be likely to have as much real-world political impact as the newly granted case of Crawford v. Marion County Election Board . . . , involving an Indiana voting requirement law that is said to be among the most demanding in the nation.” (see Analysis: An Election Issue for an Election Year.) Before the Justices themselves have an opportunity to delve into the case, Professors Bradley A. Smith, of Capital University Law School, and Edward B. Foley, of The Ohio State University, debate the major legal, political, and philosophical
issues behind the controversial matter of voter ID in Voter ID: What’s at Stake?
As always, please click on the PENNumbra link to read previous Responses and Debates, or to check out pdfs of the Penn Law Review’s print edition articles.