Ninth Amendment Rights and Wrongs--A Note on Noninterpretism
Wallace Mendelson finds "interpretism-noninterpretism" a less than useful approach to constitutional law. The real problem, he suggests via the history of the Ninth Amendment, is artifice versus candor in court opinions.
Hugo Black and Judicial Discretion, Wallace Mendelson
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