A LIVING CONSTITUTION OR FUNDAMENTAL LAW?
American Constitutionalism in Historical Perspective
Herman Belz

ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC.
LanhamBoulderNew York • Oxford

Contents

HTML Version Text Version Acknowledgments vii

HTML Version Text Version Introduction: Written Constitutionalism as the American Project 1

HTML Version Text Version 1 Constitutionalism and the American Founding 15

HTML Version Text Version 2 Constitutional Realism in the Gilded Age 41

HTML Version Text Version 3 The Critique of Constitutionalism in the Progressive Era 57

HTML Version Text Version 4 Andrew C. McLaughlin and the Defense of Constitutionalism 77

HTML Version Text Version 5 Changing Conceptions of Constitutionalism in the Era of World War II and the Cold War 95

HTML Version Text Version 6 The New Left Attack on Constitutionalism 129

HTML Version Text Version 7 Bureaucracy and Constitutionalism 147

HTML Version Text Version 8 Constitutional and Legal History in the 1980s: Reflections on American Constitutionalism 165

HTML Version Text Version 9 History, Theory, and the Constitution 201

HTML Version Text Version 10 The Originalist Challenge to the Living Constitution 221

HTML Version Text Version Index 273

HTML Version Text Version About the Author 277

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