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Constitutional Commentary, Volume 33, Number 1 (Winter 2018)  [8]

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Constitutional Commentary, Volume 33, Number 1 (Winter 2018). Table of contents

Unknown author (University of Minnesota Law School, 2018)

Enforcing the decisions of "the people"

Colón-Ríos, Joel I. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2018)
Book review: Unconstitutional constitutional amendments: the limits of amendment powers. By Yaniv Rosnai. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xxiv + 334. Reviewed by Joel I. Colón-Ríos

"But maybe everything that dies someday comes back"

Flaherty, Martin S. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2018)
Book review: The death of treaty supremacy: an invisible constitutional change. By David L. Sloss. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv + 472. Reviewed by Martin S. Flaherty

Reasoning through clashes between religion and equality: case law, skeptics, and social coherence

Helfand, Michael A. (University of Minnesota Law School, 2018)
Book review: Religious freedom in an egalitarian age. By Nelson Tebbe. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2017. Pp. x + 288. Reviewed by Michael A. Helfand

Judicial supremacy: palladium of liberty or academic paradox?

Lund, Nelson (University of Minnesota Law School, 2018)
Book review: Judicial independence and the American Constitution: a democratic paradox. By Martin H. Redish. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2017. Pp. 260. Reviewed by Nelson Lund

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