Political Development and the Origins of the "Living Constitution"
Howard Gillman, University of Southern CaliforniaFollow
This paper is "adapted from a much longer article entitled "The Collapse of Constitutional Originalism and the Rise of the Notion of the 'Living Constitution' in the Course of American State-Building" [which was published in] Studies in American Political Development, v. 11, fall 1997, p. 191-247.
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