Our Peculiar Security: The Written Constitution and Limited Government (Studies in American Constitutionalism)by Eugene W. Hickok
Challenging the fashionable belief that the Constitution should be interpreted in relation to the times, the distinguished contributors to Our Peculiar Security argue that the Constitution has a dual character. On the one hand it is law, in a binding and judicially enforceable sense. On the other hand, it is a decidedly political document.
Meet the Author
Eugene W. Hickok, Jr. is a professor at Dickinson School of Law and Dickinson College. Gary L. McDowell is Bradley Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School. Philip J. Costopoulos is senior editor of the Journal of Democracy.
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