Reform: Carpe Diem, December 2004 (#22)
The Justices at Home Abroad, August 2004 (#21)
Sex Marriage: Commit it to the States, March 2004 (#20)
but not Half-Bad: Mortgage Regulation as a Case Study in Preemption,
September/October 2003 (#19)
Term the Constitution Died, July/August 2003 (#18) (version also
appears in the Winter 2004 Georgetown
Journal of Law and Public Policy)
Washington and the States, May 2003 (#17)
Choice and the Constitution, March 2003 (#16)
Commerce and the
Constitution, December 2002 (#15)
States' Rights on
Steroids, September/October 2002 (#14)
- The Supreme Court
Term that Was and the One that Will Be, July/August 2002 (#13)
Free Eliot Spitzer!,
May/June 2002 (#12)
Collusion, April 2002 (#11)
New Insights from the Old
Continent, January/February 2002 (#10)
November 2001 (#9)
E-Taxes: Between Cartel and Competition,
September 2001 (#8)
Federalism, Yes. Activism, No,
July 2001 (#7)
Laboratories of Democracy:
Anatomy of a Metaphor, May 2001 (#6)
Big Government Federalism,
March 2001 (#5)
Federalism after the Election,
December 2000 (#4)
- Cooperation Does Not Work,
September 2000 (#3)
- The Supreme Court's
Federalism, August 2000 (#2)
- The AEI Federalism Project,
July 2000 (#1)
- Preemption in the Rehnquist
Court: A Preliminary Empirical Assessment (Michael Greve),
and the Cities (Kim Hendrickson), Policy Review,
Goes up May Not Come Down: State Medicaid Decisions in Times of
Plenty Federalism Project Report, May 2003.
- Compacts, Cartels, and Congressional Consent, Missouri Law
Review (Spring, 2003). PDF draft here.
Torts and Federalism, In Tort
Reform for the 21st Century, Edwin Meese III
ed., Hoover Press and U.S. Chamber Legal Reform Institute (2003).
- The Survival of Moral
Federalism (Kim Hendrickson), The Public Interest,
- Business, the States,
and Federalism's Political Economy, Harvard
Journal of Law & Public Policy Volume 25, No. 3 (Summer 2002).
- Federalism Values
and Foreign Relations, (requires Westlaw password) Chicago Journal of
International Law, Volume 2, No. 2 (Fall 2001).
of the Earth, Foes of Federalism, Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum,
Vol. 12 (Fall 2001).
Cooperative Federalism. Mississippi Law Journal, Volume
70:2 (Winter, 2000).
Op-Eds and Editorials:
- Foreign Headaches (Michael Greve and Richard Epstein), The
National Law Journal, July 12, 2004.
- Commentary in "The Michigan Decisions," The
Chronicle Review, July 4, 2003.
the Bench: Constitutional Principles for Conservatives, National Review
Online June 6, 2003.
- Eulogy for a
Lost Clause, The National Law Journal, May 26, 2003.
- Book review, Narrowing the Nation's Power, The Weekly
Standard, December 30, 2002.
- A Poorly
Traveled Toad , The National Law Journal, November 25,
- Federalism as a Trial Lawyer's Bill of Rights, Human Rights
(ABA Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities), Fall
- Reviewing Tort Law, The National Law Journal, September
- Reform Free-for-All, The National Law Journal, June 17,
- Federalism on the Bench,The Weekly Standard, December
- A Post September 11 Agenda, Los Angeles Times, November 18,
Goes to War, The Weekly Standard, November 12, 2001.
- School Reform Leads to Politics, Los Angeles Times, June 24, 2001.
The End of Education Reform, The
Weekly Standard, May 21, 2001.
Affirmative Action is on
the Rocks, Thanks to College Leaders, The Chronicle of Higher
Education, April 20, 2001.
- A Federalism Worth Fighting For, The
Weekly Standard, January 29, 2001.
The Real Division in the Court, The Weekly Standard, December 25,
Justice for the NOTA Vote, National Review Online, December 12,
The Equal Protection Card,
National Review Online, December 11,
- Collision Court, Legal Times, June 12,
- Yes, Tax the Net, The Weekly Standard, May
- Why Wyden
On Point, May 12, 2000.
- The Court and its Key Project, National Review,
May 1, 2000.
Federalism is More
than States Rights, Wall Street Journal, July 1, 1999.
Michael Greve's testimony and speeches:
- Madisonianism with a Minus Sign:
'Our Federalism' and the Meaning of the Constitution,
Princeton University Madison Lecture, February 2004.
- Remarks on the Supreme Court's 2002
Term, June 2003.
- Our Parallel Government, or Why the
Litigation Industry will Beat all Others AEI Press Briefing
on Drug Industry Litigation, June 18, 2002.
Court and Judicial Activism
prepared address to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A and B
- Citizens and Consumers: Federalism Between Politics and
address given at The Institute for United States Studies, January
- Federalist Society Panel remarks,
Federalism and Insurance Regulation November 15, 2001.
Greve addresses the Senate Finance Committee Finance on Internet
Sales Taxation, August 1, 2001.
American Bar Association panel: Should Business
Support Federalism in the Age of the Regulatory State?