The debate over Substantive Due Process continues
This month’s edition of Cato Unbound, featuring my article Why Substantive Due Process Makes Sense, continues today with a response by Prof. Ryan Williams, as well as an earlier response by Prof. Lawrence Rosenthal. A final response, by Prof. Gary Lawson, will be posted in a few days, and then the table will be open for the free-for-all discussion.
Don’t forget to check out my more thorough article, In Defense of Substantive Due Process.
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