David's Hammer: The Case for an Activist Judiciary

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Notes

Chapter 1

1. William O. Douglas, The Court Years 1939–1975: The Autobiography of William O. Douglas (New York: Random House, 1980), p. 8.

2. For a superb overview of the perverse incentives and byproducts of the American legal system, see Robert A. Levy, Shakedown: How Corporations, Government, and Trial Lawyers Abuse the Judicial Process (Washington: Cato Institute, 2004).

3. Robert D. Atkinson, The Revenge of the Disintermediated: How the Middleman Is Fighting E-Commerce and Hurting Consumers (Washington: Progressive Policy Institute, 2001), www.ppionline.org/documents/disintermediated.pdf.

4. Possible Barriers to E-Commerce: Wine, A Report from the Staff of the Federal Trade Commission, July 2003, www.ftc.gov/os/2003/07/winereport2.pdf.

5. See, e.g., Hunt v. Washington State Apple Advertising Comm'n, 432 U.S. 333 (1977).

6. For an excellent and persuasive argument for the latter proposition, see Randy E. Barnett, Restoring the Lost Constitution: The Presumption of Liberty (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2004).

7. Bridenbaugh v. Freeman-Wilson, 227 F.3d 848, 849 (7th Cir. 2000), cert. denied, 532 U.S. 1002 (2001).

8. Bacchus Imports Ltd. v. Dias, 468 U.S. 263, 276 (1984).

9. Swedenburg v. Kelly, 232 F. Supp. 2d 135, 145 (S.D.N.Y. 2002).

10. Swedenburg, 232 F. Supp. 2d at 148.

11. Swedenburg, 232 F. Supp. 2d at 150.

12. Swedenburg v. Kelly, 358 F.3d 223, 231 (2d Cir. 2004).

13. Swedenburg, 358 F.3d at 237.

14. See, e.g., Camps Newfound/Owatonna, Inc. v. Town of Harrison, 520 U.S. 564, 609–39 (1997) (Thomas, J., dissenting).

15. Granholm v. Heald, 125 S. Ct. 1885, 1891–92 (2005).

16. Granholm, 125 S. Ct. at 1896.

17. Granholm, 125 S. Ct. at 1897.

18. Granholm, 125 S. Ct. at 1904.

19. Joseph Kahn, “When Chinese Sue the State, Cases Are Often Smothered," New York Times, December 28, 2005, p. A1.

20. See, e.g., Robert H. Bork, ed., A Country I Do Not Recognize: The Legal Assault on American Values (Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 2005).

21. Quoted in Adam Liptak, “Justices' Public Comments Tending Toward Politi- cal,” Arizona Republic, March 19, 2006, p. A4.


Chapter 2

1. Jeffrey Rosen, “It's the Law, Not the Judge,” Washington Post, March 27, 2005, p. B1.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • 1. Mrs. Swedenburg Goes to Court 1
  • 2. Judicial Activism: Everybody's Favorite Bogeyman 19
  • 3. the Origins and Importance of Judicial Review 35
  • 4. Judicial Activism: The Bad and the Good 49
  • 5. the Rehnquist Court: A Judicial Counterrevolution Fizzles out 69
  • 6. Model Justice 87
  • 7. Economic Liberty 97
  • 8. Private Property Rights 113
  • 9. School Choice 127
  • 10. State Constitutions: The Beckoning Frontier 139
  • 11. an Activist Judiciary, for All the Right Reasons 157
  • Notes 165
  • Index 179
  • About the Author 189
  • Cato Institute 192
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