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John Marini is professor of political science at the University of Nevada-Reno and a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute.
Dr. Marini has written extensively on the development of bureaucracy and the three branches of American government. He is co-editor of The Imperial Congress: Crisis in the Separation of Powers (Pharos Books, 1989) and author of The Politics of Budget Control (Crane Russak, 1992).
Articles by John Marini
There is no hidden or forgotten administrative constitution in American history.
Understanding Trump's appeal.
THE POLITICAL CONDITIONS OF LEGISLATIVE-BUREAUCRATIC SUPREMACY
America has a problem, not because of our Constitution but because constitutionalism as a theoretical doctrine is no longer meaningful in our politics
Like Reagan, Twight understands freedom in opposition to dependency upon government.
How the Hollywood Western stood tall against the triumphs of Progressivism.
John Marini discusses the constitutional crisis of our modern Congress.