Jack Jackson teaches political theory and constitutional law at Whitman College.
Drawing upon legal scholarship and critical theory, Jack Jackson explores an ascendant radical and illiberal power on the American Right and considers how it has undermined the very idea of constitutional government.
Preface. The Pardon of the Sheriff
Introduction. Politicization, Lawlessness, and Anti-Constitutional Times
Chapter 1. The Judicial Power: This Is Not a Decision
Chapter 2. The Executive Power: A Law That Is No Law
Chapter 3. The Legislative Power: This Death That Leads to Life
Chapter 4. Sovereign Power and Life Amid New Kings and Old Tutors
Coda. Constitutional Power Against Constitutional Government