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Navigating the Space Between Dueling Sovereigns

By   /  May 6, 2013  /  Constitutional Law, Featured, Jewish Law 

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Levinson’s remarks seem aimed less at resolving such conflicts than suggesting how we should think about the structure of the problems that arise when competing authorities vie for our loyalty, with at least one of them asserting a sacred or transcendent basis for its claims.

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