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Public choice theory is well known as a theory that attempts to provide something of a unified approach to behavior in the economic and political realms. The theory famously argues that people who pursue their selfish interest in the economic realm do not somehow become...

Briefly: At Supreme Court Brief (subscription required), Tony Mauro asks several “Supreme Court practitioners for their current thinking on why so few women argue before the Supreme Court, and what can or should be done about it.” More Perfect (podcast) looks at Jesner v. Arab Bank, in...