Georgetown University Law Center held a conference related to the book—called Reviving Progressive Constitutional Political Economy—on November 18, 2022.
You can watch the whole symposium here on YouTube.
For a rundown of panels and speakers, see here.
C-Span covered all three panels and the keynote by Rep. Jamie Raskin; to see their coverage click here.
The new American Journal of Law & Equality published a particularly rich exchange of ideas on the constitutional theory behind The Anti-Oligarchy Constitution:
Frank Michelman, The Anti-Oligarchy Popular Constitution
Fishkin & Forbath, Dualist Popular Constitutionalism: A Reply to Michelman
The Boston Review hosted a forum on the book in spring/summer 2022. The authors’ introductory post and the five responses can be found at these links:
- Joseph Fishkin & William Forbath, Make Progressive Politics Constitutional Again
- Andrea Scoseria Katz, Up from Originalism
- Aziz Rana, The Limits of Imperial Social Democracy
- Mark Tushnet, Imagining a Twenty-first Century Constitution
- Kate Andrias, From Constitutional Theory to Political Practice
- Sanjukta Paul, Beyond Neoclassical Antitrust
The authors reply here:
- Joseph Fishkin & William E. Forbath, Toward an Inclusive, Democratic Political Economy
The entire exchange also appears in the Boston Review’s Spring 2022 print volume Rethinking Law.
The LPE Project hosted a symposium about the book in Spring and Summer 2022. Posts can be found at the following links:
- Joseph Fishkin & William E. Forbath, Constitutional Political Economy for a Democracy, Not an Oligarchy
- Aziz Rana, American Social Democracy and its Imperial Roots
- Katharine Jackson, Democracy, Bureaucracy, and Rights
- Luke Norris, Procedural Political Economy
- Jennifer Klein, Reconstituting Political and Economic Democracy for the 21st Century
- Amanda Shanor, Dobbs, Anti-Oligarchy, and the Problem of History
The legal blog Balkinization hosted a symposium on the book in spring 2022. You can read the posts at the following links:
- Emily Zackin, Constitutional Meanings
- David Pozen, Inside or Outside the Modalities?
- Mark Tushnet, A Contemporary Manifesto for a Left-Liberal Constitutional Political Economy
- Kate Andrias, The Hard Questions about Constitutional Political Economy
- Ken Kersch, Constitutional Politics After Defeat: Fidelity to What?
- Gerald Torres, Common Sense Constitutionalism
- Bertrall L. Ross II, The Constitution We Have and the Constitutions We Want
- Mark Graber, The People’s Constitution
The authors respond to these posts here:
- Joseph Fishkin & William E. Forbath, The Future of Progressive Constitutionalism: A Response