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Foreign Affairs Federalism

Making the Case: The Art of the Judicial Opinion

by Paul W. Kahn

Writing in the tradition of Karl Llewellyn's classic The Bramble Bush, Paul Kahn speaks in this book simultaneously to students and scholars. Drawing on thirty years of teaching experience, Kahn introduces students...


The Curious Case of Kiryas Joel: The Rise of a Village Theocracy and the Battle to Defend the Separation of Church and State

by Louis Grumet, John Caher & Judith Kaye

Twenty years ago, on the last day of session, the New York State Legislature created a publicly funded school district to cater to the interests of a religious sect called Kiryas Joel, an extremely insular group...


Explicit and Authentic Acts: Amending the U.S. Constitution 1776-2015 With a New Afterword

by David E. Kyvig

Bancroft Prize

Henry Adams Prize

Ohio History Association Book Prize

In time for the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights, David Kyvig completed an Afterword to his landmark study of the process of amending...


The West Virginia State Constitution

Privacy Revisited

Foreign Policy Objectives in European Constitutional Law

The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution

Targeting Americans

The Alabama State Constitution

Religion and the American Constitutional Experiment

Rutgers v. Waddington: Alexander Hamilton, the End of the War for Independence, and the Origins of Judicial Review

by Peter Charles Hoffer

Once the dust of the Revolution settled, the problem of reconciling the erstwhile warring factions arose, and as is often the case in the aftermath of violent revolutions, the matter made its way into the legal...


The White House Vice Presidency: The Path to Significance, Mondale to Biden

by Joel Goldstein

“I am nothing, but I may be everything,” John Adams, the first vice president, wrote of his office. And for most of American history, the “nothing” part of Adams’s formulation accurately captured the...


Post Sovereign Constitution Making

Separation of Powers in African Constitutionalism

Great Cases in Constitutional Law

by Robert P. George

Slavery, segregation, abortion, workers' rights, the power of the courts. These issues have been at the heart of the greatest constitutional controversies in American history. And in this concise and thought-provoking...


Popular Sovereignty in Early Modern Constitutional Thought

Legislation in Context: Essays in Legisprudence

by Luc J. Wintgens

The essays in this volume set out to provide a rational framework for legislation. Whilst legislation and regulation is the result of a political process, this volume considers whether they can also be the object...


European Union and Legal Reform 2013

by edited by Marko Milenković

The Igalo Series contains the written contributions of students who attended the European Union and Legal Reform Summer School, which is organised annually by the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic...


Courting Peril: The Political Transformation of the American Judiciary

by Charles Gardner Geyh

The rule of law paradigm has long operated on the premise that independent judges disregard extralegal influences and impartially uphold the law. A political transformation several generations in the making,...