Supreme Court

Saving Democracy—Realistically

Yes, we disdain the Electoral College. In the meantime, there are more realistic ways to unlock our democratic Gordian Knot.

By Larry Diamond

Reforming the Electoral Count Act

The 1887 law definitely needs a rethink. But it doesn’t have to be complicated: Let the courts, not Congress, decide things.

By Edward B. Foley

Life After (?) Roe

If the Supreme Court does what we expect, what comes next for abortion rights in this country? A roundtable featuring Michele Goodwin, Frances Kissling, Monica McLemore, and Jacqueline Ayers. Moderated by Anna Louie Sussman.

By The Editors

Winning Without the Courts

The Supreme Court and other federal courts are lost for a decade. What is progressives’ recourse? Getting serious about multiparty democracy.

By Lee Drutman Aziz Huq

The Issue Is Pluralism

Amy Coney Barrett’s commitment to Catholicism isn’t the issue. Her commitment to religious pluralism is.

By John Halpin