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Emergency In The Constitutional Law Of The United States, William B. Fisch Jan 1990

Emergency In The Constitutional Law Of The United States, William B. Fisch

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In the following report I shall concentrate on the law as pronounced by the United States Supreme Court, which has, within the sphere of judicial competence, the last say on the interpretation of the Constitution. The volume of significant litigation on the subject which stops below the Supreme Court has been relatively light, and the constitutional law declared by the lower courts has played a less significant role than is the case in many other issues. Indeed, as we shall see, the Supreme Court itself has had less to say on the topic than might be hoped for. I shall …


The October 1989 Supreme Court Term And Antitrust: Power, Access, And Legitimacy, Stephen Calkins Jan 1990

The October 1989 Supreme Court Term And Antitrust: Power, Access, And Legitimacy, Stephen Calkins

Law Faculty Research Publications

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