Frederick Schauer

Constitutional Conventions Constitutional Law and the Federal Courts

PUBLISHER
Michigan Law Review
DATE
1989
 

Citation

Frederick Schauer, Constitutional Conventions Constitutional Law and the Federal Courts, 87 Michigan Law Review, 1407–1507 (1989).
 

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