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On Constitutional Disobedience$

Louis Michael Seidman

Print publication date: 2013

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On Constitutional Disobedience
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Chapter One: The Argument Briefly Stated

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Chapter Two: Obedience Over Time

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Chapter Three: The Banality of Constitutional Violation

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Chapter Four: Disobedience and Freedom

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Chapter Five: Ordinary Laws and Extraordinary Arguments

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Conclusion: The Way Forward

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