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The Supreme Court and American constitutionalism

Author: Bradford P Wilson
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 1998.
Series: The Ashford series on constitutional politics
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bradford P Wilson
ISBN: 0847686582 9780847686582 0847686590 9780847686599
OCLC Number: 231731290
Description: VIII, 298 Seiten.
Contents: Chapter 1 Preface Part 2 Part I: The Supreme Court as Republican Schoolmaster Chapter 3 The Supreme Court as Republican Schoolmaster: Constitutional Interpretation and the "Genius of the People" Chapter 4 The Supreme Court as Teacher: Lessons from the Second Reconstruction Chapter 5 On the Grounds of Rights and Republican Government: What Judges May Still Teach Chapter 6 The Idiom of Common Law in the Formation of Judicial Power Chapter 7 The Court as Astigmatic Schoolmarm: A Case for the Clear-Sighted Citizen Chapter 8 Don Quixote and the Constitution Part 9 Part II: The Supreme Court and Consititutional Politics Chapter 10 The Future of Constitutional Criminal Procedure Chapter 11 Fundamental Rights, the Supreme Court and American Constitutionalism: The Lessons of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 Chapter 12 Necessary and Proper Chapter 13 Outer Limits: The Commerce Clause and Judicial Review Chapter 14 "Merely Judgements": The Supreme Court and the Administrative State Chapter 15 Judicial Management of the Separation of Powers: Recent Trends Chapter 16 American Constitutional Sovereignty vs. International Law: Where Is the Supreme Court? Chapter 17 Index
Series Title: The Ashford series on constitutional politics
Responsibility: ed. by Bradford P. Wilson ...
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These essays raise a host of interesing questions and advocate provocative solutions to theses perceived problems with the current state of constitutional jurisprudence. -- Mark C. Miller, Clark Read more...

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