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12 N.Y.U. J.L. & Liberty 451 (2018-2019)
The Anti-Federalists: Past as Prologue

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                         NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
                   JOURNAL OF LAW & LIBERTY



             Hon.   Andrew S. Oldham*

ABSTRACT: The  Anti-Federalists should be required reading for
anyone who wants to understand our Constitution. That's for three
reasons. First, we owe them credit for the Bill of Rights. Second, their
papers are rich in predictive judgments and political theory that
should be studied, evaluated, and understood in and of themselves.
Third, the Anti-Federalists framed the constitutional debate in
1787-and  in some ways, they continue to frame it today. Their
themes reverberate across the centuries. And nowhere do they
reverberate more loudly than in our debates over executive power
and administrative law.

    Depending on your perspective, these are either exciting or
perilous times for administrative law. The Supreme Court is

Circuit Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.


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