Abstract: Proceedings of a symposium devoted to the question of whether judicial activism has usurped from 'We the People' the Constitutionally guaranteed right of self-government, and what if anything should be done to reverse the situation. Includes rebuttals.
Keywords: book review, constitution, politics, judicial activism, power, politicization of the judiciary, political questions, United States government, conservatism, Christianity, Jews, social policy..
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Title: The End of Democracy? the Judicial Usurpation of Politics: The Celebrated First Things Debate with Arguments Pro and Con
Author: Richard John Neuhaus
Editor: Mitchell Shannon Muncy
Publisher: Spence Pub
Date Published: October 1997
ISBN: 1890626031
LOCN: KF5130.A75E53 1997
Dewey: 340/.115 21
Pages: 288
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Title:         The end of democracy? : the celebrated First
                  Things debate, with arguments pro and con : and, The anatomy
                  of a controversy, by Richard John Neuhaus / edited by
                  Mitchell S. Muncy.
Published:     Dallas : Spence Pub. Co., 1997.
Description:   xiii, 288p. ; 23 cm.
LC Call No.:   KF5130.A75E53 1997
Dewey No.:     340/.115 21
ISBN:          1890626031 (hardcover)
               189062604X (pbk.)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p.
Subjects:      Political questions and judicial power -- United
               Conservatism -- United States.
               Christianity and politics -- United States.
               Jews -- United States -- Politics and
               United States -- Social policy.
Other authors: Muncy, Mitchell S. (Mitchell Shannon), 1968-
               Neuhaus, Richard John. Anatomy of a controversy.
Control No.:   97022959 


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