First things first: I am obviously grateful both to the editors of the Pepperdine Law Review for organizing this symposium and to the participants for their careful readings and observations. For better and, no doubt, worse, I do not have the time (even if the Review had the pages) for the kind of response that each of the pieces deserves. Instead, I will confine myself to literally one or two observations about each of them, with the hope that they will engender further conversation about a topic that will inevitably remain both of theoretical interest and (perhaps all-too-) practical politics. I will adopt the “alphabetic principle” in addressing my interlocutors.

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