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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR, 260 Seiten, L=234mm, B=165mm, H=21mm, Gew.=499gr, [GR: 17780 - HC/Internationales und ausländ. Recht], [SW: - Legal Reference / Law Profession], Gebunden, Klappentext: We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary. We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary.

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We often hear—with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings—that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In Regulatory Rights, Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it.  It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices do create individual constitutional rights.Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. Regulatory Rights is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary. Books Books ~~ Political Science & Government~~ Constitutions Regulatory-Rights~~Larry-W-Yackle University of Chicago Press We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary.

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We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary. Regulatory Rights: Supreme Court Activism, the Public Interest, and the Making of Constitutional Law Yackle, Larry W. We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary.

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We have often heard - with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings - that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights", Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the. We have often heard - with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings - that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights", Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices do create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be hotly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary. Books, Business, Finance and Law~~Laws of Specific Jurisdictions~~Legal System: General, Regulatory Rights~~Book~~9780226944715~~Larry Yackle, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: University of Chicago Press]

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Regulatory Rights: Supreme Court Activism, the Public Interest, and the Making of Constitutional Law

We often hear--with particular frequency during recent Supreme Court nomination hearings--that justices should not create constitutional rights, but should instead enforce the rights that the Constitution enshrines. In "Regulatory Rights," Larry Yackle sets out to convince readers that such arguments fundamentally misconceive both the work that justices do and the character of the American Constitution in whose name they do it. It matters who sits on the Supreme Court, he argues, precisely because justices "do" create individual constitutional rights. Traversing a wide range of Supreme Court decisions that established crucial precedents about racial discrimination, the death penalty, and sexual freedom, Yackle contends that the rights we enjoy are neither more nor less than what the justices choose to make of them. "Regulatory Rights" is a bracing read that will be heatedly debated by all those interested in constitutional law and the judiciary.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780226944715
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0226944719
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR
260 Pages
Weight: 0,499 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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