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The Place of Congress in the Constitutional Order

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Professor Keith Whittington argues in favor of the centrality of Congress in the American constitutional order. Using historical and constitutional evidence, he asserts that the Founders intentionally established the federal legislature as the most important branch of government. He goes on to explore the inherent virtues and vices of the institution and the implications of its primacy among the three branches.