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Public Values in Constitutional Law
(1993)
  • Stephen E. Gottlieb, Albany Law School
Abstract
Compelling interests are the understudied half of constitutional balancing in the context of strict scrutiny. The authors consider the sources of interests, the relation of interests and rights, and the role of interests in constitutional analysis. Contributors to the volume in addition to myself are Hon. Sandra Day O'Connor, Peter Edelman, Owen M. Fiss, Hon. Hans Linde, Robert F. Nagel, Margaret Jane Radin, Carl E. Schneider, Kate Stith and Kathleen M. Sullivan.
Keywords
  • compelling government interests,
  • fundamental rights,
  • strict scrutiny
Disciplines
Publication Date
1993
Editor
Stephen E. Gottlieb
Publisher
University of Michigan Press
ISBN
0-472-10434-9
Citation Information
Stephen E. Gottlieb. Public Values in Constitutional Law. Ann Arbor(1993)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stephen_gottlieb/11/