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In this small but inspiring book, an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court sandwiches a semi-technical discussion of the Commerce Clause between two layers of political philosophy. Indeed, what is essen- tially political philosophy is as ill-concealed in that part of the volume deal- ing with interstate commerce as it is in the author's judicial opinions. The middle of the book is pretty good; the first and last parts eloquent. The reader can hardly escape the emotional sincerity and intellectual integrity which characterizes every page and line.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: A Declaration of Legal Faith, 57 Yale Law Journal 331 (1947)