Cambridge Studies on the American Constitution seeks to publish works that embrace constitutional history, politics, law, and legal and political theory to better explain constitutional politics outside the courts, the determinants of constitutional change, the relationship between constitutional lawmaking and conventional politics, the nature of constitutional regimes, comparative approaches to constitutional systems, and the criteria for evaluating constitutional success and failure. Books in the series will explore these and similar issues within a variety of theoretical and methodological traditions, with special emphasis given to research using interdisciplinary approaches in innovative ways.
General Editors: Maeva Marcus, George Washington University; Melvin I. Urofsky, Virginia Commonwealth University; Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School; Keith Whittington, Princeton University
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