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McCulloch v. Maryland at 200

Debating John Marshall's Jurisprudence
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Gary J. Schmitt is a resident scholar in strategic studies and American institutions at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he studies national security and longer-term strategic issues affecting America's security at home and abroad. In addition, Dr. Schmitt writes on issues pertaining to American political institutions, the Constitution, and civic life. Rebecca Burgess is a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where her work focuses on veterans, the public policies that affect them and their families, and their role in civil society and politics. She is concurrently the manager of AEI's Program on American Citizenship, a program that fosters original research on civic education, the health of America's public institutions, and the principles of American democracy.
Introduction: John Marshall and the Politics of McCulloch v. Maryland Gary J. Schmitt Chapter One: The Destructive Legacy of McCulloch v. Maryland Nelson Lund Chapter Two: The Sound of the Third Hand Clapping: James Madison's Reading of the Necessary and Proper Clause Michael Zuckert Chapter Three: McCulloch v. Maryland and John Marshall's Constitutional Interpretation Christopher Wolfe Chapter Four: "A Friend of the Constitution": John Marshall's Defense of McCulloch v. Maryland Robert Webking Chapter Five: How an Economist Might View McCulloch v. Maryland Abram N. Shulsky Chapter Six: McCulloch v. Maryland and John Marshall's Judicial Statesmanship Adam J. White Appendix A. United States Supreme Court: McCulloch v. Maryland, 17 US 316 (1819)
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