Gerard V. Bradley

December 9, 2021

‘Dobbs’ and the Conservative Legal Movement

If ‘Dobbs’ is decided following the ‘neutral principles’ of constitutional interpretation, it would not mean the end of abortion, according to Gerald Bradley, or even the beginning of the end of it. ‘Dobbs’ would instead be the start of a whole new phase of the political struggle over abortion. Yet the Constitution requires more.
November 17, 2021

Our Divided House: A Review of Charles Kesler's Crisis of Two Constitution

Prof. Gerard Bradley reviews "Crisis of Two Constitutions" by Charles Kesler, analyzing whether we've hit our Weimar moment or not.
June 23, 2021

Fulton and the Future of Religious Liberty

Gerard Bradley analyzes the recent decision in Fulton v. Philadelphia, and suggests that the Smith case may be on its last legs.
March 3, 2021

The Constitution's "Value Judgements"

Gerard V. Bradley responds to the claim that Natural Law reasoning is simply Value Judgments.
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