Benchmarks: great constitutional controversies in the Supreme Court

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Terry Eastland
Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1995 - Law - 181 pages
Leading professors and practitioners of the law offer compelling analyses of key constitutional controversies in the Supreme Court that have helped shape America's legal and social systems. Includes an introduction by editor Terry Eastland and a significant forework by former U.S. attorney general Griffin Bell.

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BENCHMARKS: Great Constitutional Controversies in the Supreme Court

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An erudite collection of essays, organized with an impressive internal logic by Eastland (Energy in the Executive, not reviewed), in which seven influential young constitutional scholars review some ... Read full review

Contents

Shall We Ratify the New Constitution?
117
Toward a Structural Approach
141
Some Provisions
151
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Terry Eastland is Publisher, President, and CEO of The American Spectator & The American Spectator Online, a contributor to "The Rule of Law" column in the Wall Street Journal and author of Ending Affirmative Action: The Case for Colorblind Justice (Basic Books, 1996).

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