The Constitution in conflict /
Lincoln was not alone in believing that the Constitution could be interpreted by any of the three branches of the government. Today, however, the Supreme Court's role as the ultimate arbiter of constitutional matters is widely accepted. But as Robert Burt shows in his provocative new book, this...
|Published:||Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press, ©1992.|
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