Unexpected Perils of Blogging

Many law professors dream of having a theory of constitutional interpretation attributed to them. As it happens, that was never quite exactly my dream. But if—as just happened on a mailing list for teachers of constitutional law—someone had been going to credit me with stating 'the universal insight that explains constitutional law' and even promised to “steal it and use it without remorse, giving due credit, of course,” I don't think that I'd choose to be known for blogging the 'squint theory' of interpretation.

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