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Constitutional Domains

Democracy, Community, Management

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$98.00 • £85.95 • €89.95

ISBN 9780674165458

Publication Date: 03/19/1995


480 pages

6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches


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What I value most about Post’s work is the care he takes to articulate positions he finally rejects and the honesty with which he acknowledges the pull of at least some of those positions. Unfailingly scrupulous, his work is exemplary.—Stanley Fish, author of There’s No Such Thing as Free Speech; and It’s a Good Thing, Too

Robert Post’s lively, penetrating intelligence is very much in evidence in these excellent essays. They deserve a wide audience.—Robert A. Burt, Yale Law School

Post is required reading for first amendment specialists, but his work has much broader appeal. These essays combine several impressive qualities—Post is an accomplished social theorist, a deeply knowledgeable and disciplined lawyer, a gifted conceptualizer and felicitous communicator—to produce a novel, subtle, and instructive account of fundamental, enduring problems of constitutional democracy and constitutional law.—Frank I. Michelman, Harvard Law School

Post is one of the…most productive and illuminating thinkers now writing about issues of freedom of speech. His body of work is unsurpassed by anyone in the legal or any other academy relative to the issues being discussed.—Sanford Levinson, School of Law, University of Texas at Austin

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