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  1. No, this refers to the conservative court's striking down state legislation that regulated economic activity. It's a liberal viewpoint.

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/01/2012

  2. First of all, it is inaccurate to speak of the concept of substantive due process as "expiring". It's not a program with a defined lifetime; it's a legal interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment. As to our question, Justice...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/12/2011

  3. Well I'm all for making things less vague, but this bill of yours still seems kind of iffy. You might want to really write one up and smooth out the rough edges. The elastic clause is very vague too, and I've even seen...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 06/09/2009

  4. ... may pass." -- Justice Holmes, dissenting opinion, Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930, 281 US 586.

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 19/12/2009

  5. ... Oliver W. Holmes, 1930, dissenting opinion in Baldwin v. Missouri.

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/07/2011

  6. ... a racially discriminatory law. On the last of the 16 occasions, Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930, Holmes wrote in his dissent: "I have not yet...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 26/10/2015

  7. ... Oliver W. Holmes, dissenting opinion in Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930.

    12 Answers · Politics & Government · 15/05/2014

  8. ... may pass." -- Justice Holmes, dissenting opinion, Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930, 281 US 586.

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 29/09/2009

  9. ... may pass." -- Justice Holmes, dissenting opinion, Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930, 281 US 586.

    11 Answers · Politics & Government · 01/10/2009

  10. ...own discretion, the validity of whatever laws the states may pass." -- Baldwin v. Missouri, 1930, dissenting opinion by Oliver Wendell Holmes...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 24/12/2011

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