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The Place of Structural Arguments in Contemporary Constitutional Theory Kenneth Ward This essay illustrates how our interest in questions of constitutional doctrine makes it difficult to assess structural arguments about judicial authority. In the past forty years, we have witnessed a shift in American constitutional theory. Scholars once assessed judicial authority based on their expectations of how judges should decide cases. * Associate Professor, Texas State University. I would like to thank
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