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Chapter 1 Introduction: American Constitutionalism, Freedom,and the Rule of Law Part 2 Part I: The Origins of the Rule of Law, Administration,and the Anticipated Growth of the American State Chapter 3 2. Freedom and the Rule of Law: The Ingenious English Legacy Chapter 4 3. Regulation, Administration, and the Rule of Law in the Early Republic Chapter 5 4. Constitutional Cassandra: The Prophetic Fears of Brutus,the Anti-Federalist Part 6 Part II: Constitutional Interpretation and the Rule of Law Chapter 7 5. Antonin Scalia and the Rule of Law: The Textualist Foundationof the Law of Rules Chapter 8 6. Original-Meaning Jurisprudence, Judicial Restraint, and Democratic Freedom Chapter 9 7. Is it Unnatural to Shun Foreign Precedents? Chapter 10 8. Progressivism and the Decline of the Rule of Law Part 11 Part III: War, National Security, and the Rule of Law Chapter 12 9. National Security Law: The Judicial Role Chapter 13 10. When the Rule of Law Can Undermine the Rule of Law: Hamdi and The Federalist on War and Necessity Part 14 Part IV: Voting Rights, Representation, and the Rule of Law Chapter 15 11. A Decline in Adherence to Traditional Districting StandardsUndermines Fair Representation in the United States
Anthony A. Peacock is associate professor of Political Science and Director of the Project on Liberty and American Constitutionalism at Utah State University. He is the author most recently of Deconstructing the Republic: Voting Rights, the Supreme Court, and the Founders' Republicanism Reconsidered (Washington, D.C.: The AEI Press, 2008) and A Brief Guide to The Federalist Papers (Washington, D.C.: The Heritage Foundation, forthcoming).