"Michelman has crafted a provocative book on democratic constitutionalism that deserves serious attention by persons interested not simply in Brennan's legal thought but in the debate on what makes for a decent and legitimate democracy."--David E. Marion, Political Science Quarterly
"Clearly the justice would be pleased by the provocative, thoughtful, craftsmanship of this work. . . . [A] fine contribution to scholarship. . . ."--Choice
From the Inside Flap
"This is one of the nations most distinguished law professors considering the work of one of its most important Supreme Court justices, and doing so with subtlety, intelligence, creativity, and flashes of mischief and wit. Frank Michelman boasts an engaging, unpretentious prose style, putting paid to the thought that serious intellectual work has to be dry or pedantic."--Don Herzog, University of Michigan
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