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Title
Constitutionalism, executive power, and the spirit of moderation
Type
Text
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: KF4541 .C66 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 342.73 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2015019475
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Foreword / Harvey C. Mansfield
Liberal education and politics / Giorgi Areshidze and Paul O. Caresse
Why we need more judicial activism / Suzanna Sherry
Legal realism, innate morality, and the structural role of the Supreme Court in the U.S. constitutional democracy / Karl Coplan
Is judicialization good for democracy? : a comparative discussion / Ayse Zarakol
If there's a right, is there a remedy? : the federal courts' role in remedying constitutional violations / Barbara Kritchevsky
The necessary and the good in Lincoln's wartime reconstruction policy / Sean Mattie
Progress, return, and the constitution / C. Kevin Marshall
Ideas meet institutions and the people rise up : four classic ideas and the strange century of health reform / James A. Morone
The polis, the state, and the constitution / James R. Stoner, Jr
Adam Smith's invisible hands / Peter Minowitz
The Founders and the conditions of popular deliberation / David R. Upham
Tocqueville on liberal democracy and the philosophy of moderation / Paul Carrese
John Rawls and EU multiculturalism : is post-enlightenment Rawlsian liberalism sustainable? / Giorgi Areshidze
Publications by Murray P. Dry.
Authorized Access Point
Areshidze, Giorgi, 1983- Constitutionalism, executive power, and the spirit of moderation
Authorized Access Point Variant
Carrese, Paul, Constitutionalism, executive power, and the spirit of moderation
Sherry, Suzanna, Constitutionalism, executive power, and the spirit of moderation
Dry, Murray, Constitutionalism, executive power, and the spirit of moderation