Interpreting Government Practices, Part 1

This module delves into how the actual structure of each government branch inherently effects their interactions with one another. The framers purposefully under-specified sections of the Constitution, leaving room for flexibility. They rightly assumed future law makers would fill these “gaps” in procedure as need arose. Indeed they have, each time a gap is discovered and bridged, a new precedent is set. Professor Amar will highlight several examples of these powers-set-by-precendent, for each branch of government

About Coursera

Courses, Specializations, and Online Degrees taught by top instructors from the world's best universities and educational institutions.

Join a community of 40 million learners from around the world
Earn a skill-based course certificate to apply your knowledge
Gain confidence in your skills and further your career