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2018-2019 Cato Sup. Ct. Rev. ix (2018-2019)

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A Tale of Two Justices

                         Ilya Shapiro*

  The Cato Institute's Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional
Studies is pleased to publish this 18th volume of the Cato Supreme
Court Review, an annual critique of the Court's most important deci-
sions from the term just ended plus a look at the term ahead. We are
the first such journal to be released, and the only one that approaches
its task from a classical liberal, Madisonian perspective, grounded in
the nation's first principles, liberty through constitutionally limited
government. We release this volume each year at Cato's annual Con-
stitution Day symposium on September 17 (or a day or two before
or after if Constitution Day is on a weekend). And each year in this
space the publisher briefly discusses a theme that emerged from the
Court's term or from the larger setting in which the term unfolded.
  For the first time since the Review's inception, that publisher is
someone other than Roger Pilon. At the end of 2018, Roger stepped
down as director of the Levy Center and handed the reins to me.
Roger founded the Center in 1989, after holding five senior posts in
the Reagan administration, and directed its growth into a respected
and influential voice. Although he has taken emeritus status, Roger
remains close to Cato, continuing to hold our B. Kenneth Simon
Chair in Constitutional Studies and working on a book that will tie
together the legal philosophy and constitutional theory that rep-
resent his life's work. He also recently oversaw the production of
10 videos for the Students for Liberty Law 201 series, spreading the
word to the next generation.
  Having taken over the Levy Center, I in turn passed down edi-
torial responsibility for the Cato Supreme Court Review, 11 volumes

  * Director, Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, Cato Institute, and
publisher, Cato Supreme Court Review.

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