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Symposium : minimalism versus perfectionism in constitutional theory.


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New York, New York : Fordham Law School, [2007]
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  • pages 2831-3335 ; 26 cm
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Minimalism versus perfectionism in constitutional theory
Symposium issue of Fordham law review, volume 75, number 6 (May 2007). Caption title.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Tribute: A tribute to Father Charles M. Whelan / William Michael Treanor, John D. Feerick, Mark E. Chopko
  • Lecture: The John F. Sonnett Memorial Lecture. The secret life of judges / Dennis Jacobs
  • Symposium: Minimalism versus perfectionism in constitutional theory. Second-order perfectionism / Cass R. Sunstein
  • The incredible shrinking constitutional theory : from the partial constitution to the minimal constitution / James E. Fleming
  • The fit dimension / Abner S. Greene
  • Privacy, minimalism, and perfectionism / Charles A. Kelbley
  • Valuing autonomy / Youngjae Lee
  • Process theory, majoritarianism, and the original understanding / William Michael Treanor
  • Minimalism, perfectionism, and common law constitutionalism : reflections on sunstein's and Fleming's efforts to find the sweet spot in constitutional theory / Benjamin C. Zipursky
  • Articles. Reconciling strict liability with corrective justice in contract law / Curtis Bridgeman
  • Wrestling with MUDs to pin down the truth about special districts / Sara C. Galvan.
Fordham University. School of Law.
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