Professor Jacob Charles Quoted in "The 14th Reason the Debt Ceiling is Unconstitutional" -- NewsWeek
Professor Jacob D. Charles is quoted in the NewsWeek opinion article "The 14th Reason the Debt Ceiling is Unconstitutional." The article considers the US Constitution's 14th Amendment, Section 4, known as the Public Debt Clause.
Excerpt from "The 14th Reason the Debt Ceiling is Unconstitutional"
Here's Pepperdine Caruso Law Professor Jacob D. Charles in a 2013 Duke Law Journal article: "Directed by well-defined constitutional guideposts, the president should disregard the debt limit when congressional obstructionism rises to the level of creating substantial doubt about the continuing validity of the public debt." As Charles argues, the Public Debt Clause was crafted precisely to avoid "widespread and pervasive lack of trust in the ability (or willingness) of the government to fulfill its obligations."
The complete article may be found at NewsWeek