"A fine, thoughtful essay, well-written....Explanation of the typology of legal arguments especially good."--Mary R. Mattingly, Texas A and I University
"Extraordinary. This is the outstanding recent work treating Constitutional Law in terms of the legitimating effects of argumentation. It ranks among the most original and impressive works of American jurisprudence to appear during the decade."--Paul Mattson, University of California, Santa Barbara
"A subtle examination of the legitimacy of judicial review....Constitutional Fate is an exceptional work....A strong reminder that judicial review, properly undertaken, can serve a variety of functions and guarantee a variety of interests in modern society."--Yale Law Journal
"An erudite and cogent presentation....adds a dimension that significantly enriches one's understanding both of judicial review and of much recent academic discussion surrounding it."--American Political Science Review
About the Author
Philip Bobbitt is at University of Texas, Austin.