How Progressivism and the New Deal era still shape the Supreme Court’s decisions.
Real-life stories and solid legal analysis combine to show why property rights are the “cornerstone of liberty,” how they are protected in the U.S. Constitution, and how the Supreme Court’s Kelo v. New London case has impacted them.
Examines how Americans have expanded presidential power over recent decades by expecting solutions for all national problems, and concludes by calling for the president’s role to return to its properly defined constitutional limits.
A non-lawyer’s guide to the worst Supreme Court decisions of the modern era.
Explores the legal and constitutional history of the right to earn a living without unreasonable government interference, and reveals the many ways in which that right is threatened today.
An active judiciary is a key element in our government that ensures that limits are placed on executive and legislative action, constitutional rights are protected, and unelected bureaucrats are kept in check.
With exclusive behind-the-scenes access, the book delves into the monumental Heller casen — where the Supreme Court ruled that individual citizens have the constitutional right to possess guns — to provide a compelling look at the
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