Economic Liberties and the Judiciary

Economic Liberties and the Judiciary
Author : James A. Dorn
Publisher : Univ Pub Assoc
Total Pages : 392
Release : 1987
ISBN 10 : PSU:000015722768
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Economic Liberties and the Judiciary Book Description:

The articles in this volume present various aspects of what the editors term a "principled judicial activism" whose proponents view the constitution not mainly as blueprint for majoritarian democracy but as a charter for limited government and individual rights.


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