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15 Jul 2011, 6:44 pm by David Bernstein
(David Bernstein) Over at the Legal History Blog, Ken Kersch has two posts on the influence, or lack thereof, of William Crosskey, a law professor at the University of Chicago from 1935 to 1968 (post 1 and post 2). [read post]
14 Jul 2011, 6:49 am by David Bernstein
(David Bernstein) My co-authored op-ed on Justice Breyer’s jurisprudence has stirred a bit of controversy.The basic point of the op-ed is that, as political scientist Ken Kersch puts it in a great scholarly review of Breyer’s book “Active Liberty”, Breyer’s intellectual roots are less in the sort of modern liberalism that animated the likes of William Brennan, and more “in pre–New Deal, early twentieth century progressivism, an outlook with an animating faith in… [read post]
12 Jul 2011, 8:42 am by David Bernstein
Kersch is the author of the wonderful book Constructing Civil Liberties: Discontinuities in the Development of Modern Constitutional Law. [read post]
1 Jul 2011, 4:34 am by Mary L. Dudziak
The Legal History Blog welcomes Ken Kersch, Boston College. [read post]
10 May 2011, 2:17 pm by David Bernstein
Karen's link (below) to Ken Kersch's review of Paul Kens's new book gives me an excuse to plug Kersch's book Constructing Civil Liberties: Discontinuities in the Development of American Constitutional Law, a wonderful book that hasn't received nearly the attention I think it deserves. [read post]
10 May 2011, 3:00 am by Karen Tani
WAITE, 1874-1888 (University of South Carolina Press, 2010).Reviewer Ken I. [read post]
19 Apr 2010, 11:35 am by JB
Ken Kersch will moderate the food fight.My forthcoming book on constitutional interpretation (hopefully due out sometime in 2011) doesn't have a title yet, so I've given it different names wherever I go, trying each one on for size. [read post]
4 Jun 2007, 8:11 am
A generation of political scientists and historians, see Ken Kersch, Julie Novkov, Charles McCurdy, Gillman, and Whittington among many others, have suggested that the New Deal history of pre-New Deal America is largely fictional (Brian Tamanaha is working on the intellectual version of this). [read post]
8 Sep 2006, 10:49 am
WADE should quickly purchase a copy of Kahn and Kersch, eds., THE SUPREME COURT AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT. [read post]
22 Aug 2006, 5:52 pm
., Howard Gillman, Ken Kersch, Julie Novkov) have written similar revisionist histories. [read post]