Boston University Law Review

Volume 88 Number 2 - April 2008

SYMPOSIUM: THE ROLE OF THE PRESIDENT IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

CONTENTS

Introduction
Page 321

A Taxonomy of Presidential Powers
Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash
Page 327

The Scope of Executive Power in the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction
Robert D. Sloane
Page 341

Presidential Originalism?
Michael D. Ramsey
Page 353

What Lurks Beneath: NSA Surveillance and Executive Power
Gary Lawson
Page 375

What’s a President To Do? Interpreting the Constitution in the Wake of Bush Administration Abuses
Dawn E. Johnsen
Page 395

Jefferson and Executive Power
John Yoo
Page 421

Not-So Independent Agencies: Party Polarization and the Limits of Institutional Design
Neal Devins and David E. Lewis
Page 459

The Conservative Embrace of Presidential Power
Julian E. Zelizer
Page 499

Eleven Reasons Why Presidential Power Inevitably Expands and Why It Matters
William P. Marshall
Page 505

From a Unitary to a Unilateral Presidency
Harold J. Krent
Page 523

(Presidential) Powers in the European Union
Daniela Caruso
Page 561