People themselves popular constitutionalism and judicial review
By: Kramer, Larry.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2004Description: xii,363p. 25 cm.ISBN: 0195169182 .Subject(s): People (Constitutional law) -- United States | Constituent power -- United States | Judicial review -- United StatesDDC classification: 342.0973
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-337) and index.
In substance, and in principle, the same as it was heretofore : the customary constitution -- A rule obligatory upon every department : the origins of judicial review -- The power under the constitution will always be in the people : the making of the constitution -- Courts, as well as other departments, are bound by that instrument : accepting judicial review -- What every true republican ought to depend on : rejecting judicial supremacy -- Notwithstanding this abstract view : the changing context of constitutional law -- To preserve the constitution, as a perpetual bond of union : the lessons of experience -- A layman's document, not a lawyer's contract : the continuing struggle for popular constitutionalism -- As an American : popular constitutionalism, circa 2003 --Epilogue : judicial review without judicial supremacy.