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CONTENTS Part I Introduction by Steven G. Calabresi Part II Chapter One: ¿On Looking Back,¿ by Antonin Scalia Chapter Two: Speech by Attorney General Edwin Meese III to the American Bar Association, 1985 Chapter Three: Speech by Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. at Georgetown University, 1985 Chapter Four: Speech by Attorney General Edwin Meese III before the Federalist Society Lawyer¿s Division, 1985 Chapter Five: Speech by Judge Robert H. Bork at the University of San Diego Law School, 1985 Chapter Six: Speech by President Ronald Reagan at the Swearing In Ceremony of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist and Justice Antonin Scalia, 1986 Chapter Seven:Speech by Attorney General Edwin Meese III at Tulane University, 1986 Part III Chapter Eight:Panel on Originalism and Unenumerated Constitutional Rights Suzanna Sherry Walter Dellinger John Harrison Lino Graglia Michael W. McConnell Discussion Moderated by Judge Diane P. Wood Part IV Chapter Nine: Panel on Originalism and Precedent Larry Kramer Frank Easterbrook John O. McGinnis Jeff Rosen Discussion Moderated by Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg Part V Chapter Ten: Panel on Originalism and Precedent Steven G. Calabresi Akhil Reed Amar David Strauss Thomas W. Merrill Stephen J. Markman Discussion Moderated by Steven G. Calabresi Part VI Chapter Eleven: Debate on The Original Meaning of the Commerce, Spending, and Necessary and Proper Clauses Michael Stokes Paulsen Randy E. Barnett Discussion Moderated by Judge Barrington D. Parker, Jr. Part VII Chapter Twelve: Debate on Radicals in Robes Cass Sunstein Charles J. Cooper Discussion Moderated by Steven G. Calabresi Part VIII Chapter Thirteen: Speech to the 2005 Federalist Society Lawyers Division by Attorney General Edwin Meese III Part IX Conclusion: Concluding Thoughts by Theodore Olson Part X List of Contributors
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Constitutional law -- United States -- Interpretation and construction.
Rule of law -- United States.