Beyond the Constitution

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Princeton University Press, Sep 28, 1992 - Philosophy - 288 pages

Hadley Arkes argues that it is necessary to move "beyond the Constitution," to the principles that stood antecedent to the text, if we are to understand the text and apply the Constitution to the cases that arise every day in our law.

 

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Contents

THREE
40
Restating the Federalist Argument
58
FIVE
81
The Sweep of Civil Rights and the Maze of Federalism
112
On the Art of Incorporating Rights
150
Self and Others
173
The Reach of a Government
206
NOTES
249
INDEx
273
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