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"Persuasive. A welcome addition."
--"The Journal of Legal History"
"A masterly exposition of the complex details of Holmes' Supreme Court work."
--"The Core Review"
In this work, H.L. Pohlman calls for a new interpretation of Holmes as a moderate defender of free speech, and provides a window into Holmes' basic understanding of American constitutionalism. Pohlman argues that Holmes played a crucial role in the development of the idea that the Constitution is a living entity, an idea that differed radically from nineteenth-century antecedents.
Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Pohlman, H. L.
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Size: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.56d
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