Constitutional Thinking

Constitutional Thinking

Series editors: Jeffrey K. Tulis and Sanford Levinson


Books in the Constitutional Thinking series develop constitutional theory beyond legalistic concerns by examining such matters as institutional development; public policy; and political behavior, culture, and theory. The editorial approach, then, favors a constitutional theory embracing the full range of activities relevant to the making, maintenance, and reform of constitutions and constitutional cultures.

Address inquiries to David Congdon, Acquisitions Editor, University Press of Kansas: dcongdon@ku.edu

Jeffrey K. Tulis, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin: tulis@mail.utexas.edu

Sanford Levinson, The University of Texas Law School: slevinson@utexas.edu


Constitutional Thinking - Series

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America's Founding and the Struggle over Economic Inequality

Clement Fatovic

December 2015
360 pages

Broken Trust

Dysfunctional Government and Constitutional Reform

Stephen M. Griffin

August 2015
216 pages

Constitutional Failure

Sotirios Barber

August 2014
184 pages

Habeas Corpus in America

The Politics of Individual Rights

Justin J. Wert

March 2011
302 pages

Nullification and Secession in Modern Constitutional Thought

Sanford Levinson, ed.

September 2016
384 pages

Peopling the Constitution

John E. Finn

March 2014
368 pages

Red, White, and Blue

A Critical Analysis of Constitutional Law

Mark V. Tushnet

June 2015
376 pages

Repugnant Laws

Judicial Review of Acts of Congress from the Founding to the Present

Keith E. Whittington

May 2019
432 pages

States of Union

Family and Change in the American Constitutional Order

Mark E. Brandon

September 2013
350 pages

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