This interdisciplinary 2001 volume focuses on constitutional democracy, with special reference to the United States.
- Cambridge University Press
- Publication date:
- Murphy Institute Studies in Political Economy Series
- Product dimensions:
- 6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.20(d)
Table of ContentsPart I. Constitutional Democracy: Beginnings and Traditions: Editors' introduction; 1. Constitutional problematics, circa 1787 Jack N. Rakove; 2. Inventing constitutional traditions: the poverty of fatalism James Johnson; 3. The birth logic of a democratic constitution Lawrence G. Sager; Part II. Constitutional Structure and Design: 4. Constitutional democracy as a two-stage game Jonathan Riley; 5. Imagining another Madisonian Republic Jonathan Riley; 6. One and three: separation of powers and the independence of the judiciary in the Italian constitution Pasquale Pasquino; 7. A political theory of Federalism Jenna Bednar; Part III. Constitutional Change and Stability: 8. Designing an amendment process Sanford Levinson; 9. Constitutional theory transformed Stephen M. Griffin; 10. Constitutional economic transition Russel Hardin; 11. Institutionalizing constitutional interpretation Jack Knight.
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