Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Legal History Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 4 of 4

Full-Text Articles in Legal History

Theorizing American Freedom, Anthony O'Rourke Apr 2012

Theorizing American Freedom, Anthony O'Rourke

Michigan Law Review

Some intellectual concepts once central to America's constitutional discourse are, for better and worse, no longer part of our political language. These concepts may be so alien to us that they would remain invisible without carefully reexamining the past to challenge the received narratives of America's constitutional development. Should constitutional theorists undertake this kind of historical reexamination? If so, to what extent should they be willing to stray from the disciplinary norms that govern intellectual history? And what normative aims can they reasonably expect to achieve by exploring ideas in our past that are no longer reflected in ...


Moral Foundations Of Constitutional Thought: Current Problems, Augustinian Prospects, Arthur J. Burke May 1991

Moral Foundations Of Constitutional Thought: Current Problems, Augustinian Prospects, Arthur J. Burke

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Moral Foundations of Constitutional Thought: Current Problems, Augustinian Prospects by Graham Walker


Legal Realism At Yale, 1927-1960, Karin M. Wentz May 1987

Legal Realism At Yale, 1927-1960, Karin M. Wentz

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Legal Realism at Yale, 1927-1960 by Laura Kalman


One Philosophy For An American Revolution, Paul K. Conkin Mar 1979

One Philosophy For An American Revolution, Paul K. Conkin

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Philosophy of the American Revolution by Morton White