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Extract from Brian C. Kalt's Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies (2012), citing the Calabresi-Tillman exchange, and the Prakash-Tillman exchange, and Two Tillman Working Papers

Seth Barrett Tillman

Abstract

This is an extract from Brian C. Kalt's Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies (2012), which cites the Calabresi-Tillman exchange, and the Prakash-Tillman exchange, and Tillman's Legislative Officer Succession (a working paper), and Tillman's Response to Chafetz (a working paper).

Brian C. Kalt, Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies 89 n.16 (2012): "Seth Tillman has made a good case that officers 'under the authority of the United States' in the Emoluments Clause are not the same set as officers 'under' or 'of' the United States, and that people should be careful about treating these different phrasings as though they are necessarily identical."

[January 9, 2012]

Suggested Citation

Brian C. Kalt, Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies xi, 84 n.1, 89 n.16, 93 n.*, 114 n.12, 115 n.15, 116 n.16 (2012) , available at http://works.bepress.com/seth_barrett_tillman/152/.

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