Presidents in Court

Democracy's Chief Executive

13-03-2023 • 49分

Whether law truly controls the exercise of presidential power is often conflated with the question of whether the President and agencies of the executive branch of government are effectively accountable to courts. Is the U.S. court system, our judicial branch of government, up to the challenge of keeping presidential power in check? How does the United States compare to other nations in this respect? Do lawsuits against the President advance the rule of law or just deepen partisan warfare? Peter Shane and NYU law professor co-host Rick Pildes explore these questions with fellow legal scholars Payvand Ahdout and Samuel Issacharoff.

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