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February 18, 2008

Interesting Short Piece on Shall and May in the Constitution

Seth Tillman has a piece on SSRN "A Fragmaent on Shall and May" that's a neat read.  It's available here.

I know less about Constitutional interpretation than most, but it seemed pretty compelling to me purely from the points it makes about language.

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