Constitutional Law ebook
by Malcolm M. Feeley,Samuel Krislov
Constitutional Law. by Samuel Krislov and Malcolm M. Feeley. The case excerpts contained in this text are preceded by essays that place each case in its historical, political, and constitutional perspective.
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Feeley, Malcolm; Krislov, Samuel. Publisher. Boston : Little, Brown.
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Vikram Amar and Alan Brownstein, Bush v. Gore and Article II: Pressured Judgment Makes Dubious Law, 48 Fed. Law.
Robert H. Bork, The Tempting of America: The Political Seduction of the Law 28 (1990) ( the worst constitutional decision of the nineteenth century );Google Scholar. David P. Currie, The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The First Hundred Years 1789–1888, at 264 (1985) ( bad policy, bad judicial politics, and bad law );Google Scholar. Vikram Amar and Alan Brownstein, Bush v.
Malcolm M. Feeley is professor, School of Law, University of California, Berkeley. For the current year he is Director of the University of California Study Center at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Malcolm Feeley and Edward Rubin's Judicial Policy Making and the Modern State: How the Courts Reformed America's Prisons theorizes that judges engage in judicial policy making when they identify an egregious social problem and perceive a solution, guided by a "coordinating idea View. Beyond the Hero Judge: Institutional Reform Litigation as Litigation.
Claire Sanders Clements Dean's Professor of Law, Emeritus.