Judicial Review, Local Values, and Pluralism
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Winter2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, 6-16
The article discusses the highlights of the Twenty-Seventh Annual
National Federalist Society Student Symposium held at the University of
Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor in 2009. Among the topics tackled were
judicial review, local values and pluralism. It affirms a basic
assumption of federalism that each communities can be different, they
may have different values and they will have various laws. It explains
how pervasive judicial review poses threat to local identity.
Garnett, Richard W.
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