Twenty-five years ago, it was little more than a redoubt for Ivy League law school students who weren’t shy about raising their hands in class when professor So-And-So asked which misguided few had voted for Ronald Reagan.

And these students had some edgy ideas. Originalism? Fringe, at best. Separation of powers? Settled issue. Federalism? Get serious.

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