Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Gilbert Y. Steiner.|
|LC Classifications||KF4758 .S73 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
|ISBN 10||0815781288, 081578127X|
|LC Control Number||84045854|
One of the "14 New Books to Watch For in February" from The New York Times “Cohen’s sweeping review is impressive and necessary Supreme Inequality makes an important contribution to our understanding of both the Supreme Court and the law of poverty.”—New York Times Book Review “Meticulously researched and engagingly written, Supreme Inequality is a howl of progressive rage /5(53). Cohen’s ambitious, well-written book makes a convincing case that the court has contributed to growing inequality through its rulings on everything from election law and education to corporate Author: Seth Stern. The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution. Ganesh Sitaraman. The author, from the Vanderbilt Law School and the Center for American Progress, maintains that the number one threat to American constitutional government today is the collapse of the middle class.. To make his case, he reviews the interplay of constitutional theory and the conflict of economic classes throughout history. The book examines the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court within the areas of Class, Education, Campaign Finance, Democracy, Workers, Corporations, and Criminal Justice. You don't need to have expertise in reading and understanding the Constitution to identify and describe the arc It's true that I'm taking Constitutional Law at the moment, so /5().
Legal scholar Ganesh Sitaraman’s new book, The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution, is an important read in these times of increasing economic inequality. The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution is a tour de force of history, philosophy, law, and politics. It makes a compelling case that inequality is more than just a moral or economic problem; it threatens the very core of our constitutional system. Adam Cohen’s new book, “Supreme Inequality: rather than a story of the shifting tectonic plates of American constitutional politics. Cohen’s book is the opposite in every respect. Adam Cohen, a former member of the New York Times editorial board, has dispensed with these conventions and written a book that is almost pure e Inequality: The .
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