What should constitutions do? /
- Publication info:
- Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
On the Shelf
- What should constitutions do? / edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr, Jeffrey Paul.
- Other Authors:
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
- Item Description:
"The essays in this book have also been published ... in the semiannual journal Social philosophy & policy, volume 28, number 1, which is available by subscription."--Verso t.p.
- Physical Description:
xv, 332 p. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- What are constitutions, and what should (and can) they do? / by Larry Alexander
- Constitution and fundamental law : the lesson of classical Athens / by John David Lewis
- Contract, covenant, constitution / by Loren E. Lomasky
- Constitutionalism in the age of terror / by Michael Zuckert and Felix Valenzuela
- The liberal constitution and foreign affairs / by Fernando R. Tesón
- Do constitutions have a point? : reflections on "parchment barriers" and preambles / by Sanford Levinson
- The origins of an independent judiciary in New York, 1621-1777 / by Scott D. Gerber
- Foot voting, political ignorance, and constitutional design / by Ilya Somin
- Pluralist constitutionalism / by William A. Galston
- Deliberative democracy and constitutions / by James S. Fishkin
- The constitution of nondomination / by Guido Pincione
- Can we design an optimal constitution? : of structural ambiguity and rights clarity / by Richard A. Epstein.