Notre Dame University
It is a great pleasure for academics to realize that fellow scholars sometimes read their work and take it seriously. We are genuinely flattered that Vasan Kesavan has chosen to comment on our article, When Did the Constitution Become Law?,1 and has done so with the intellectual rigor and generosity of spirit that characterizes his prodigious scholarship. 2 We are grateful to Mr. Kesavan for engaging us and grateful to the Notre Dame Law Review for accommodating the dialogue.
Gary S. Lawson & Guy I. Seidman,
The First 'Establishment' Clause: Article VII and the Post-Constitutional Confederation
Notre Dame Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.bu.edu/faculty_scholarship/2609