A Concise Guide to the Federalist Papers as a Source of the Original Meaning of the United States Constitution (English, United States of America, Boston University Law Review)

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Which topics does the resource address? constitutional law, Constitution of the United States of America, Federalist Papers, interpretation, constitutional interpretation, original meaning, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Constitutional Convention of 1787, Calder v. Bull, William Blackstone, Samuel Chase, Clarence Thomas, John Marshall, federalist, anti-federalist, antifederalist, Cohens v. Virginia, United States v. Lopez, United States v. Printz, Calder v. Bull, Hunter v. Martin’s Lessee, Spencer Roane, Marbury v. Madison, U.S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton, John McLean, Archibald McLean, Jacob E. Cooke, Clinton Rossiter, meaning, original public meaning, original objective meaning
In which languages is the resource available? English
Title of the analysis, commentary, report, or study A Concise Guide to the Federalist Papers as a Source of the Original Meaning of the United States Constitution
Author Gregory E. Maggs
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Volume 87
Issue 4
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First page 801
Last page 847
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Year of publication 2007 CE
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Description of the resource The guide provides the essential background that lawyers, judges, law clerks, and legal scholars ought to have before advancing, contesting, or evaluating claims about the original meaning of the Constitution based on the Federalist Papers.
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If the source of the description was online, insert the source here Gregory E. Maggs, "A Concise Guide to the Federalist Papers as a Source of the Original Meaning of the United States Constitution," Boston University Law Review, Vol. 87, No. 4 (2007), 803, accessed July 2, 2020, https://www.bu.edu/law/journals-archive/bulr/documents/maggs.pdf
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The guide provides the essential background that lawyers, judges, law clerks, and legal scholars ought to have before advancing, contesting, or evaluating claims about the original meaning of the Constitution based on the Federalist Papers. +
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