Frederick Schauer

Justice Stevens and the Size of Constitutional Decisions

PUBLISHER
Rutgers Law Review
DATE
1996
 

Citation

Frederick Schauer, Justice Stevens and the Size of Constitutional Decisions, 27 Rutgers Law Review, 543–562 (1996).
 

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