|1 Enforcing the Social Contract: Original Intent7|
|The Origins of Judicial Review , 8|
|The Constitution as Contract , 17|
|Judicial Review and Original Intent , 23|
|Consent and the Social Contract , 24|
|Tacit Consent , 26|
|Originalism in Practice , 33|
|Constitutional Interpretation and Constitutional Purpose , 38|
|2 Perfecting the Democratic Process45|
|The Meaning of Democracy , 46|
|Democratic Proceduralism , 48|
|Democracy as Fair Compromise , 53|
|The U.S. Constitution in Democratic Perspective , 57|
|Constitutional Theory and the Problem of Fit , 60|
|Is Democracy Self-Legitimizing?62|
|Strong Proceduralism , 68|
|3 Critical Legal Studies and the Denial of Law75|
|Legal Discretion and Judicial Pragmatism , 76|
|Legal Indeterminacy and the Rule of Law , 80|
|Skepticism and Rights , 86|
|The Nature and Varieties of Rights , 88|
|The Critical Legal Studies Critique of Rights , 94|
|Objectivity, Justification, and Moral Skepticism , 96|
|Moral Objectivity and the Rule of Law , 104|
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Book title: Words That Bind:Judicial Review and the Grounds of Modern Constitutional Theory.
Contributors: John Arthur - Author.
Publisher: Westview Press.
Place of publication: Boulder, CO.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: vii.
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