The Rise of Modern Judicial Review: From Constitutional Interpretation to Judge-made Law

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1994 - 447 Seiten
This major history of judicial review, revised to include the Rehnquist court, shows how modern courts have used their power to create new "rights with fateful political consequences." Originally published by Basic Books.
 

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IV
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V
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VI
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VII
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VIII
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IX
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X
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XI
51
LVII
219
LVIII
222
LIX
223
LX
230
LXI
239
LXII
241
LXIII
242
LXIV
248

XII
56
XIII
63
XIV
71
XV
73
XVI
74
XVII
76
XVIII
80
XIX
84
XX
90
XXI
97
XXII
101
XXIII
116
XXIV
121
XXV
123
XXVII
127
XXVIII
131
XXIX
138
XXX
140
XXXI
144
XXXIII
148
XXXIV
150
XXXV
153
XXXVI
156
XXXVII
160
XXXVIII
164
XXXIX
166
XL
168
XLI
169
XLII
170
XLIII
172
XLIV
178
XLV
181
XLVI
182
XLVII
184
XLVIII
188
XLIX
192
L
195
LI
199
LII
205
LIV
207
LV
209
LVI
216
LXV
256
LXVI
258
LXVII
259
LXVIII
262
LXIX
265
LXX
268
LXXI
275
LXXII
277
LXXIII
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LXXIV
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LXXV
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LXXVI
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LXXVII
292
LXXVIII
294
LXXIX
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LXXX
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LXXXI
310
LXXXII
313
LXXXIII
315
LXXXIV
318
LXXXV
321
LXXXVI
323
LXXXVII
325
LXXXVIII
327
LXXXIX
329
XC
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XCI
343
XCII
352
XCIII
359
XCIV
360
XCV
365
XCVI
369
XCVII
377
XCVIII
379
XCIX
381
C
384
CI
397
CII
403
CIII
433
CIV
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Christopher Wolfe is Professor of Political Science at Marquette University.

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