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Mark Tushnet, author of Taking the Constitution Away From the Courts Neal Devins and Louis Fisher provide a valuable introduction to the processes by which constitutional law is made, demonstrating that it is the product, not solely of the Supreme Court, but of interactions among the Court, Congress, and the presidency. This is a useful contribution to our understanding of the Constitution inside and outside the courts.
<br>Neal Devins is Ernst W. Goodrich Professor of Law and Government at the College of William and Mary. He is also editor of the Constitutional Conflicts Book Series at Duke University Press. Louis Fisher is senior specialist in separation of powers at the Congressional Research Service. He testifies before congressional committees on a variety of constitutional issues, including war powers, executive privilege, item vetoes, legislative vetoes, and covert spending.<br>
Introduction 1: Judicial Supremacy as Orthodoxy 2: Who Participates? 3: Federalism 4: Separation of Powers 5: The War Power 6: Privacy 7: Race 8: Speech 9: Religion 10: The Ongoing Dialogue Notes Case Index Subject Index