The New Roberts Court, Donald Trump, and Our Failing Constitution (eBook, PDF) - Feldman, Stephen M.
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This book traces the evolution of the constitutional order, explaining Donald Trump's election as a symptom of a degraded democratic-capitalist system. Beginning with the framers' vision of a balanced system-balanced between the public and private spheres, between government power and individual rights-the constitutional order evolved over two centuries until it reached its present stage, Democracy, Inc., in which corporations and billionaires wield herculean political power. The five conservative justices of the early Roberts Court, including the late Antonin Scalia, stamped Democracy, Inc.,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book traces the evolution of the constitutional order, explaining Donald Trump's election as a symptom of a degraded democratic-capitalist system. Beginning with the framers' vision of a balanced system-balanced between the public and private spheres, between government power and individual rights-the constitutional order evolved over two centuries until it reached its present stage, Democracy, Inc., in which corporations and billionaires wield herculean political power. The five conservative justices of the early Roberts Court, including the late Antonin Scalia, stamped Democracy, Inc., with a constitutional imprimatur, contravening the framers' vision while simultaneously claiming to follow the Constitution's original meaning. The justices believed they were upholding the American way of life, but they instead placed our democratic-capitalist system in its gravest danger since World War II. With Neil Gorsuch replacing Scalia, the new Court must choose: Will it follow the early Roberts Court in approving and bolstering Democracy, Inc., or will it restore the crucial balance between the public and private spheres in our constitutional system?


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 274
  • Erscheinungstermin: 04.07.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319564517
  • Artikelnr.: 53059925
Autorenporträt
Stephen M. Feldman is Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School, USA, and has been the Jerry W. Housel/Carl F. Arnold Distinguished Professor of Law and Adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of Wyoming, USA, since 2002. He has authored four scholarly books on Constitutional law and American legal thought, edited an anthology on law and religion, and written more than sixty articles and essay contributions on law, politics, and jurisprudence.

Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1: Introduction: Democracy, Inc., and the Betrayal of the Constitution 1 Part I: The Foundation for a Balanced Structure 15 Chapter 2: The Constitutional Framing: Republican Democracy, Private Property, and Free Expression 15 The Revolutionary Background 18 Experience Defeats Idealism 22 The Nature of the Citizen-Self 24 Republican Democratic Government and the Public Sphere 30 Property and the Private Sphere 33 Balancing the Public and Private 44 Free Speech and a Free Press 55 Part II: The Transformation of the Constitutional System 63 Chapter 3: Republican Democracy Evolves: Corporations and Laissez Faire 63 Chapter 4: Pluralist Democracy Saves the United States and Invigorates Free Expression 80 American Democracy Transforms: Reconciling the Public and Private 81 Pluralist Democratic Theory: Free Expression Becomes a Constitutional Lodestar 94 Chapter 5: Pluralist Democracy Evolves: Free Expression, Judicial Conservatism, and the Cold War 97 The Early-Cold War, Free Expression, and Moral Clarity 98 The Flip Side of the Cold War: Liberty and Equality in an Emerging Consumers' Democracy 104 Civil Rights and Democracy 104 Capitalism and Democracy 109 Chapter 6: Democracy, Inc., and the End of the Cold War 123 The Rise of Democracy, Inc.: An Attack on Government 125 The Early Roberts Court in Democracy, Inc. 139 Statutory and Other Non-constitutional Cases 141 Free-Expression and Other Constitutional Cases 144 Part III: The Early and New Roberts Courts 153 Chapter 7: Constitution Betrayed: The Endangerment of the American Democratic-Capitalist System 153 The Framing and Originalism 154 Social and Political Theory 158 The Practical Effects of Laissez Faire in History 171 Chapter 8: Will We Save the American Constitutional System? 175