The tenets of legal liberalism have been undermined, and legal
scholarship is in a state of crisis, says Laura Kalman in this new
intellectual history of constitutional theory. She explores how
liberal law professors have come to enlist other disciplines in the
attempt to legitimize their beliefs; how lawyers, law professors,
and historians have cooperated in some recent Supreme Court cases;
and how these professionals can work together more effectively as
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