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Separation of Powers: Asking a Different Question
(Williamn and Mary Law Review, 1989)
What I find most intriguing about Professor Casper's essay1 is its historical description of the founders' attitude not so much toward "separation of powers," but toward separation of powers "questions." In other words, I ...
(Constitutional Commentary, 1989)
GENDER JUSTICE is an avowedly liberal tract on the problems of gender discrimination in our society. It seeks to provide an alternative to the visions of both conservatives and radical feminists. The book fails in its ...
(Michigan Law Review, 1989-05)
Mark Tushnet's new book ("Red, White, and Blue: A Critical Analysis of Constitutional Law") is an example of how too many layers of theoretical detachment can obscure truly innovative scholarship. His fervent insistence ...