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Remaking Constitutional Tradition at the Margin of the Empire: The Creation of Legislative Adjudication in Colonial New York
(Cambridge University Press, 1998)
In 1750, Archibald Kennedy condemned New York's legislators for their radical constitutional innovation. “They take upon themselves to be the sole judges,” he stormed, and “‘insist… that no order for publick money shall ...
The Constitutional Commitment to Legislative Adjudication in the Early American Tradition
(Harvard Law Review, 1998)
Writing Constitutional History Beyond the Institutional/Ideological Divide
(University of Illinois Press, 1998)