Mark V. Tushnet
Dartmouth, 1992 - Constitutional law - 523 pages
"All readers interested in today's constitutional courts will profit from eavesdropping on this conversation." -- Judicature This collection of essays on constitutional law is designed to introduce the reader to the range of issues concerning constitutional theory that occupy the attention of constitutional scholars in the United States today.
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