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100 1  Kautz, Steven 
245 14 The Supreme Court and the Idea of Constitutionalism 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bUniversity of Pennsylvania Press,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2009 
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490 1  Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents
       -- Introduction: The Idea of Constitutionalism -- Part I. 
       Philosophical Perspectives -- 1. Ideas of 
       Constitutionalism Ancient and Modern -- 2. On Liberal 
       Constitutionalism -- Part II. Historical Perspectives: 
       American Constitutional History -- 3. Judicial Review and 
       the Incomplete Constitution: A Madisonian Perspective on 
       the Supreme Court and the Idea of Constitutionalism -- 4. 
       Constitutionalism as Judicial Review: Historical Lessons 
       from the U.S. Case -- 5. Who Has Authority over the 
       Constitution of the United States? -- Part III. 
       Comparative Perspectives -- 6. The Supreme Court and 
       Contemporary Constitutionalism: The Implications of the 
       Development of Alternative Forms of Judicial Review -- 7. 
       The Sounds of Silence: Militant and Acquiescent 
       Constitutionalism -- Part IV. Constitutionalism and 
       Democracy -- 8. Constitutionalism and Democracy: 
       Understanding the Relation -- 9. Active Liberty and the 
       Problem of Judicial Oligarchy -- 10. Judicial Power and 
       Democracy: A Machiavellian View -- Part V. 
       Constitutionalism and Politics -- 11. Constitutional 
       Constraints in Politics -- 12. "The Court Will Clean It 
       Up": Executive Power, Constitutional Contestation, and War
       Powers -- Notes -- List of Contributors -- Index -- 
       Acknowledgments 
520    In this volume distinguished constitutional scholars aim 
       to move debate over the Supreme Court beyond the 
       soundbites that divide us to fundamental questions about 
       the nature of constitutionalism 
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650  0 United States. -- Supreme Court.;Judicial power -- United 
       States.;Constitutional law -- United 
       States.;Constitutional law -- Philosophy.;Judicial review 
       -- United States 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Melzer, Arthur 
700 1  Weinberger, Jerry 
700 1  Zinman, M. Richard 
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