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If Porky Pig Was a Founding Father:
The drafters could have written the Constitution as a list of specific rules and said, “That’s all, folks!” Instead, they wrote a document full of broadly written guarantees….

– Time magazine columnist Adam Cohen, criticizing Justice Antonin Scalia’s approach to constitutional interpretation. (Hat Tip: Above The Law)

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Maxwell L. Stearns discusses his book Public Choice Concepts and Applications in Law

Recent Books by Maryland Law Faculty

Book Cover: The People's Agents and the Battle to Protect the American Public: Special Interests, Government, and Threats to Health, Safety, and the Environment

The People's Agents and the Battle to Protect the American Public: Special Interests, Government, and Threats to Health, Safety, and the Environment
Rena Steinzor and Sidney Shapiro

Book Cover: United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security

United Nations Reform and the New Collective Security
Peter G. Danchin and Horst Fischer, eds.

Book Cover: Suing the Tobacco and Lead Pigment Industries

Suing the Tobacco and Lead Pigment Industries: Government Litigation as Public Health Prescription
Donald G. Gifford

Book Cover: UPublic Choice Concepts and Applications in Law

Public Choice Concepts and Applications in Law
Maxwell L. Stearns and Todd J. Zywicki.

Book Cover: When is Discrimination Wrong?

When Is Discrimination Wrong?
Deborah Hellman

Book Cover: Resolving Family Conflicts

Resolving Family Conflicts
Jana Singer and Jane Murphy, eds.

Book Cover: Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil

Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil
Mark A. Graber

Book Cover: On the Courthouse Lawn: Confronting the Legacy of Lynching in the Twenty-first Century

On the Courthouse Lawn: Confronting the Legacy of Lynching in the Twenty-first Century
Sherrilyn A. Ifill