Politics, Democracy, and the Supreme Court: Essays on the Frontier of Constitutional Theory

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Politics, Democracy, and the Supreme Court

Essays on the Frontier of Constitutional Theory

ARTHUR S. MILLER

Contributions in American Studies, Number 83

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut · London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles In Contributions in American Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter 1- Constitutional Myths-- Constitutional Realities 3
  • Notes 16
  • Chapter 2- Defining the Constitution 19
  • I. Introduction 21
  • V. Conclusion 98
  • Chapter 3- Reason of State And The Emergent Constitution Of Control 101
  • I. Introduction 103
  • V. Conclusion 149
  • Chapter 4- Interstate Equal Protection 153
  • I. Introduction 155
  • V. Conclusion 195
  • Chapter 5- Social Justice And The Warren Court 199
  • I- Introduction: the Essence of Constitutional Decision-Making 201
  • Iv. Conclusion 225
  • Chapter 6- The Constitutional Challenge Of Nuclear Weapons 227
  • I. Introduction 229
  • V. Conclusion 247
  • Chapter 7- The Iranian Hostages Case: A Political Decision By a Political Court 249
  • Introduction 251
  • Iv. by Way of Conclusion 271
  • Chapter 8- Politics, Democracy, and The First Amendment 277
  • I. Introduction 279
  • Iv. Conclusion 296
  • Chapter 9- Taming the Corporate Beast 301
  • In Brief Summation 316
  • Chapter 10- Toward Recognition of A Constitutional Right to a Job 317
  • Chapter 11- Crisis Government Becomes the Norm 341
  • 1. Introduction 343
  • Iii. Conclusion 357
  • Bibliographic Essay 359
  • Index 363
  • About the Author 369
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