Cato Supreme Court Review 2003-2004, Volumes 2003-2004

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Mark K. Moller, Timothy Lynch, Robert A. Levy
Cato Institute, 2004 - Law - 517 pages
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In this annual review, offers a timely analysis from a classical Madisonian perspective, of the most important cases from the Supreme Court's 2003-2004 term. Cato's is the first in-depth review to appear after the Court's term ends.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
The Indivisibility of Economic Rights and Personal Liberty
9
Power and Liberty in Wartime
23
Executive and Judicial Overreaction in the Guantanamo Cases
49
The Supreme Court and the Rise of the Impressionist School of Constitutional Interpretation
69
Sabri v United States and the Constitution of Leviathan
119
How Illegitimate Power Negated NonExistent Immunity
161
The Cheney DecisionA Missed Chance to Straighten Out Some Muddled Issues
185
The Beat Goes On
299
Locke v Daveys Unnecessary Parsing
327
The Criminalization of Silence
357
An Assault on Di Re and the Fourth Amendment
395
The Confrontation Clause ReRooted and Transformed
439
The Supreme Court Takes a Pass on Commerce Clause Challenges to Environmental Laws
469
The Upcoming 20042005 Term
493
CONTRIBUTORS
509

The Alien Tort Statute and Federal Common Law in Sosa v AlvarezMachain
209
Rationing Speech to Prevent Undue Influence
245

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