Property, Power and American Democracy

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One legacy of the Reagan and post-Reagan years has been a questioning by both liberals and conservatives of recent eminent domain and property rights decisions by the Supreme Court. This timely volume examines the changing political and constitutional status of these concepts, Schultz argues that we need to rethink the nature of property rights by asking what purpose they serve in American society and whether they deserve special legal and judicial protection against legislative interference. Property, Power, and American ...

Property, Power and American Democracy 1992, Routledge, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9781560000389

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