David M Wagner
daviwag at REGENT.EDU
Mon Jul 24 18:44:40 PDT 2000
I have been an enthusiastic user of Brest & Levinson, and if I ever
the course again will use the successor, Brest, Levinson, Balkin and
Amar. One of the reasons I am such a fan of the book is that it
natural way of presenting material that is very important historically
theoretically but that does not closely relate to any currently
doctrinal category. This describes not only Dred Scott but also, for
example, Blaisdell, which offers a wonderful way to discuss theories of
constitutional change and of the extent to which the text is limiting.
Blaisdell naturally comes up if one includes a unit on economic
liberties, as do Stone Seidman Sunstein & Tushnet, no?
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