Response or Comment
Doctrinal disorder haunts a generation of Supreme Court decisions construing and applying the strands of the fourteenth amendment.1 But in a confusion contest between the Court and academic writers on constitutional law, picking a winner would be no simple task. Those of us in the academy, despite our comparatively ample time for reflection, have long resisted discussion of fundamental issues.
Henry P. Monaghan,
The Constitution Goes to Harvard,
Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev.
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