Abstract: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia argues that constitutional law should not be based on 'legislative intention' and 'legislative history'.
Keywords: book review, constitution, law, legislative intention, legislative history, original intent, Supreme Court, common law, interpretation, Constitutional, United States, judge-made legislation, interpretation and construction.
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Title: A Matter of Interpretation : Federal Courts and the Law : An Essay
Author: Antonin Scalia
Editor: Amy Gutmann
Publisher: Princeton Publishing Company
Date Published: January 1997
ISBN: 0691026300
LOCN: KF4552.S28 1997
Dewey: 347.73/2634 347.3073534 20
Pages: 159
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Author:        Scalia, Antonin.
Title:         A matter of interpretation : federal courts and
                  the law : an essay / by Antonin Scalia ; with commentary by
                  Amy Gutmann, editor ... [et al.].
Published:     Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press,
Description:   xiii, 159 p. ; 25 cm.
Series:        The University Center for Human Values series
LC Call No.:   KF4552.S28 1997
Dewey No.:     347.73/2634 347.3073534 20
ISBN:          0691026300 (cl : alk. paper)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Constitutional law -- United States.
               Judge-made law -- United States.
               Law -- United States -- Interpretation and
Other authors: Gutmann, Amy.
Control No.:   96040969 //r97


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