"Truly one-stop shopping for anyone interested in understanding the meaning and significance of the historic health care cases of 2012. With contributions by some of the most insightful and influential thinkers in the field, this volume clarifies and expands upon what the ACA litigation did and did not signify, what it says about the legacy of the Roberts Court, and where we go from here. An invaluable read."-Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor, Slate
"This is a wonderful collection of essays about "the case of the century" by the nation's leading scholars. Each page yields new and valuable insight."-Barry Friedman, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law, New York University School of Law
"This remarkable book shows beyond doubt that, contrary to Justice Robert Jackson's famous quip, the Supreme Court is neither infallible nor final. The health care case is over, but the argument over what it will mean has just begun. Anyone who seeks an appreciation of the stakes of that debate will find this diverse set of provocative essays indispensable reading."-Michael C. Dorf, Robert S. Stevens Professor, Cornell University Law School
About the Author
is the Charles Keller Beekman Professor of Law and Political Science at Columbia Law School. Gillian Metzger
is the Vice Dean and Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. Trevor Morrison
is the Liviu Librescu Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.