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Judicial review of unenumerated rights

28 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 713 | Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy | Summer, 2005 JUDICIAL REVIEW OF UNENUMERATED RIGHTS: DOES MARBURY’S HOLDING APPLY IN A POST-WARREN COURT WORLD? John C. Eastmana1 Copyright © 2005 by the Harvard Society for Law &a...

The Declaration of Independence As Viewed From the States

John C. Eastman | Chapman University School of Law The Declaration of Independence.  It is the grand embodiment of the principles upon which this nation was founded, the document that defined what President Abraham Lincoln would later describe as his “ancient faith.”  I...

We are a religious people...

5-FALL NEXUS: J. Opinion 13 |NEXUS: A Journal of Opinion | Fall, 2000 “WE ARE A RELIGIOUS PEOPLE, WHOSE INSTITUTIONS PRE-SUPPOSE A SUPREME BEING” John C. Eastmana1 Copyright (c) 2000 by Chapman University School of Law; John C. Eastman Nearly 40 years ago, the Supreme Co...

Restoring the “general” to the general welfare clause

4 Chap. L. Rev. 63 | Chapman Law Review | Spring 2001| Spending Clause Symposium RESTORING THE “GENERAL” TO THE GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE John C. Eastman1 Copyright (c) 2001 Chapman Law Review; John C. Eastman Over the past decade, the Supreme Court of the United St...

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