Words That Bind: Judicial Review and the Grounds of Modern Constitutional Theory

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Index
Abortion, 87
and democratic contractualism, 183
and democratic proceduralism, 67
See also Roe v. Wade
Ackerman, Bruce, 77,194 (n57), 201 (n65), 203 (n9), 220 (n80,84,86)
Adaptability, 121-122
Addiction, and welfare, 121, 210 (n25)
Altman, Andrew, 219 (n66, 71)
Amending process, 22
Arthur, John, 200 (n47), 201 (n67), 222 (n105)
Audi, Robert, 220 (n88)
Barnett, Randy E., 221 (n96)
Barry, Brian, 200 (n42)
Bassham, Gregory, 193 (n36), 196 (n75)
Bayard, J., 194 (n46)
Beale, Joseph H., 203 (n5)
Beard, Charles, 215 (n27)
Bentham, Jeremy, 109, 212 (n43)
and rights, 142
Berger, Raoul, 193 (n36), 196 (n82)
Bickel, Alexander, 168, 218 (n57)
Black, Henry Campbell, 195 (n66,67)
Black, Hugo, 51
and school prayer, 147
Blackmun, Harry
rand religious freedom, 148-149
Bode, Carol, 191 (n4)
Bork, Robert, 17-19, 97, 194 (n37), 218 (n61), 221 (n95)
Brandeis, Louis, 146, 150-151, 182, 198 (n97), 222 (n99,100). See also Brandeis Brief
Brandeis Brief, 136
Brandt, Richard, 207 (n56), 208 (n6), 209 (n12), 210 (n24), 211 (n40)
Brennan, William, 141, 213 (n62)
and capital punishment 141-143, 180-181
and religious establishment, 148-149
and social contract, 166
See also Dignity
Brest, Paul, 196 (n75)
Brezhnev, Leonid, 46
Brink, David O., 206 (n52), 212 (n47)
Brutus, 8-9,192 (n6,7)
Capital Punishment
and democratic contractualism, 180-181
and utilitarianism, 134-136, 141-143, 212 (n5)
Checks and balances, 57-58, 169
Coase, R.H., 210 (n20)
Coercion, 31-32. See also Tacit consent
Cohen, Carl, 200 (n38)
Cohen, Felix, 203 (n6)
Common law, 41
Consent, 18-20
and democracy, 55-56
and democratic contractualism, 152-154
See also Democracy; Tacit consent
Constitution, as covenant, 20
Conventional Rights, 90
advantages of, 92
Conway, David A., 212 (n52)
Corwin, Edwin, 10, 192 (n15)
Critical Legal Studies, 75-79
and legal discretion, 76-78
and legal realism, 78
See also Legal indeterminacy; Moral subjectivism; Rights

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Enforcing the Social Contract: Original Intent 7
  • 2 - Perfecting the Democratic Process 45
  • 3 - Critical Legal Studies and the Denial of Law 75
  • 4 - Promoting the General Welfare: Utilitarianism, Law, and Economics 107
  • 5 - Democratic Contractualism and the Search for Equality 145
  • Notes 191
  • About the Book and Author 227
  • Table of Cases 229
  • Index 231
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