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One Case at a Time: Judicial Minimalism on the Supreme Court

Cass R. Sunstein - Law - 2001 - 290 pages
Abortion, affirmative action, the "right to die," pornography and free speech, homosexuality and sex discrimination: as eagerly as the Supreme Court's rulings on these hot ...
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Designing Democracy: What Constitutions Do

Cass R. Sunstein - Law - 2002 - 280 pages
All democracies face intense political conflict, but is this conflict necessarily something to fear? In this provocative book, one of our leading political and legal theorists ...
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A Constitution of Many Minds: Why the Founding Document Doesn't Mean What It ...

Cass R. Sunstein - Law - 2009 - 240 pages
The future of the U.S. Supreme Court hangs in the balance like never before. Will conservatives or liberals succeed in remaking the court in their own image? In A Constitution ...
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Radicals in Robes

Cass R. Sunstein - Law - 2009 - 304 pages
Praised as a must-have primer during the Roberts and Alito hearings, Radicals in Robes offers a rigorous yet accessible analysis of what’s at stake in the judiciary choices ...
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The Partial Constitution

Cass R. Sunstein - Law - 1994 - 414 pages
American constitutional law is at a crossroads. In a major new interpretation of the Constitution, Cass Sunstein offers a clear account of our present dilemmas and shows where ...
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Interpreting the Constitution

Erwin Chemerinsky - Business & Economics - 1987 - 195 pages
"Interpreting The Constitution" doesn't fit neatly into the extensive literature on judicial review and constitutional interpretation that reconciles judicial review with ...
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Implementing the Constitution

Richard H. FALLON - Law - 2001 - 186 pages
This book argues that the Supreme Court performs two functions. The first is to identify the Constitution's idealized "meaning." The second is to develop tests and doctrines to ...
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Judging Under Uncertainty: An Institutional Theory of Legal Interpretation

Adrian Vermeule - Law - 2006 - 333 pages
In this book, Adrian Vermeule shows that any approach to legal interpretation rests on institutional and empirical premises about the capacities of judges and the systemic ...
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Thinking Like a Lawyer

Frederick Schauer - Law - 2009 - 239 pages
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