Privileges, immunities, and substantive due process
Author: Timothy Sandefur
Today I signed an agreement to publish my article, Privileges, Immunities, And Substantive Due Process, in the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty. The article is about the Slaughter-House Cases, and draws from my brief in McDonald v. Chicago. The current draft is still pretty rough, and I’m in the process of revising it now, but you can download it over at SSRN.
Update: Some kind words and interesting thoughts over at Fusionist Libertarian.
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