Vol. 35 Nbr. 1, January 2012
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- Does the Constitution protect economic liberty?
- Economic freedoms and the constitution.
- The Constitution and economic liberty.
- Enlightenment economics and the framing of the U.S. Constitution.
- Judicial independence, judicial virtue, and the political economy of the constitution.
- The political economy of the original Constitution.
- Interstate competition and the race to the top.
- Fiscal federalism as a constraint on states.
- Federalism as a discovery process and a catalyst for humility.
- Depoliticizing federalism.
- National healthcare and American constitutional culture.
- American exceptionalism and the healthcare reform debate.
- American dignity and healthcare reform.
- Economic uncertainty and the role of the courts.
- Economic uncertainty, the courts, and the rule of law.
- Deference to the executive in the United States after September 11: Congress, the courts, and the Office of Legal Counsel.
- U.S. intelligence in the wake of September 11: the rise of the spy commando and reorganized operational capabilities.
- What would Hamilton do?
- In defense of substantive due process, or the promise of lawful rule.
- In praise of hostility: antiauthoritarianism as free speech principle.
- State law claims and Article III in Stern v. Marshall, 131 S. Ct. 2594 (2011).
- Maintaining the clear and convincing evidence standard for patent invalidity challenges in Microsoft Corp. v. i4i Limited Partnership.