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Ronald Dworkin's The Moral Reading Of The Constitution: A Critique, Raoul Berger Oct 1997

Ronald Dworkin's The Moral Reading Of The Constitution: A Critique, Raoul Berger

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Jack Rakove's Rendition Of Original Meaning, Raoul Berger Jul 1997

Jack Rakove's Rendition Of Original Meaning, Raoul Berger

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Civil Society And The American Foundings, Jack P. Greene Apr 1997

Civil Society And The American Foundings, Jack P. Greene

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Draw And Drawbacks Of Religious Enclaves In A Constitutional Democracy: Hasidic Public Schools In Kiryas Joel, Judith Lynn Failer Apr 1997

The Draw And Drawbacks Of Religious Enclaves In A Constitutional Democracy: Hasidic Public Schools In Kiryas Joel, Judith Lynn Failer

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


The Rhetorical Constitution Of "Civil Society" At The Founding: One Lawyer's Anxious Vision, Stephen A. Conrad Apr 1997

The Rhetorical Constitution Of "Civil Society" At The Founding: One Lawyer's Anxious Vision, Stephen A. Conrad

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


On Political Boundary Lines, Multiculturalism, And The Liberal State, Sanford Levinson Apr 1997

On Political Boundary Lines, Multiculturalism, And The Liberal State, Sanford Levinson

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Law and Civil Society


Constituição, Soberania E Ditadura Em Carl Schmitt, Ronaldo Porto Macedo Junior Jan 1997

Constituição, Soberania E Ditadura Em Carl Schmitt, Ronaldo Porto Macedo Junior

Ronaldo Porto Macedo Junior

On the basis of a reconstruction of Schmitt's decisionism and of the analysis of its effects on key terms of his conception like democracy, sovereignty and dictatorship, Schmitt'sthought is examined regarding his theoretical and practical positions on the constitutional issues of Weimar's Germany and of National-socialism. Special attention is given to how for him the unity and the hierarchy of the political powers and of the lae demand a strong State and a centralized command instead of a pluralistic balance.


Chief Justice Hughes' Letter On Court-Packing, Richard D. Friedman Jan 1997

Chief Justice Hughes' Letter On Court-Packing, Richard D. Friedman

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After one of the great landslides in American presidential history, Franklin D. Roosevelt took the oath of office for the second time on January 20, 1937. As he had four years before, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, like Roosevelt a former governor of New York, administered the oath. Torrents of rain drenched the inauguration, and Hughes’ damp whiskers waved in the biting wind. When the skullcapped Chief Justice reached the promise to defend the Constitution, he “spoke slowly and with special emphasis.” The President responded in kind, though he felt like saying, as he later told his aide Sam Rosenman ...