This item democracy and distrust a theory of judicial review harvard paperbacks by john hart ely paperback 3115 in stock ships from and sold by amazoncom free shipping details the least dangerous branch the supreme court at the bar of politics by alexander m bickel paperback 2919 in stock. Professor john hart elys democracy and distrust is quite simply one of the great books about american constitutional law elys task to come up with a cohesive and coherent theory for judicial review is far from a simple task and yet his writing is so smooth and easy that the task seems easy. Librarything review user review schraubd librarything democracy and distrust has a very very strong claim to be the most important book on legal theory to be published in the second half of the 20th century. Harvard law school the single most important contribution to the american theory of judicial review written in this century henry p monaghan democracy and distrust will have a wide influence for a long time ely writes simply and engagingly with a sense of humor. Democracy and distrust paperback by ely john hart isbn 0674196376 isbn 13 9780674196377 ely criticizes the two prevailing legal approaches to the constitution and sets forth a proposal for determining the role of the supreme court today based on the view that the court should assure majority governance while protecting minority rights
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