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Enlightening the Religion Clauses
(Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, 1996)
I have argued that the government may not single out any irrational beliefs for preferential treatment, nor is it required to treat alternative epistemologies as favorably as Enlightenment rationality. Both history ...
The Ghost of Liberalism Past
(Harvard law Review, 1992)
We the People is an ambitious book by one of our best constitutional theorists. Part one of a projected three-volume series, it aims at nothing less than a re-envisioning of American constitutional history and promises a ...
(Northwestern University Law Review, 1990)
Approximately one-third of Robert Bork's new book, "The Tempting of America," is devoted to attacking "the bloody crossroads" that were his confirmation hearings. A careful reading of the book as a whole, however, serves ...
Using and Misusing History
(Reviews in American History, 1997)
Since Alfred Kelly coined the term "law-office history" in 1965, been added-except ever-multiplying examples-to the perennial about how lawyers and legal academics use history. Laura Kalman's ing new book about legal ...
(Stanford Law Review, 1995)
Robin West has written a book that every constitutional scholar would like to like. In Progressive Constitutionalism, she promises us a new and historically accurate interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment that will ...