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Legislation: Political Language and the Political Process, 4th Edition, 2007 Supplement (University Casebook)
by:William D. Popkin
The 2007 Supplement includes several important new materials, including: Judicial reliance on the substantive canons (such as those dealing with the rule of lenity, derogation of the common law, and retroactive legislation); Conflicting views of Justices Stevens and Scalia, and Justices Scalia and Thomas; The Stevens/Breyer expansive view of using...
The 2007 Supplement includes several important new materials, including: Judicial reliance on the substantive canons (such as those dealing with the rule of lenity, derogation of the common law, and retroactive legislation); Conflicting views of Justices Stevens and Scalia, and Justices Scalia and Thomas; The Stevens/Breyer expansive view of using legislative history; Presidential signing statements (in the War on Terror case); A comment on Vermeule's book, Judging under Uncertainty; Justice Scalia on entrenchment and the no implied repeal canon; and The Supreme Court decision striking down prohibitions "as applied" to independent political expenditures by corporations.
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