Cato Supreme Court Review 2013-2014 by Ilya ShapiroCato Supreme Court Review 2013-2014 by Ilya Shapiro

Cato Supreme Court Review 2013-2014

EditorIlya Shapiro

Paperback | October 7, 2014

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Published every September, the Cato Supreme Court Review brings together leading legal scholars to analyze key cases from the Court's most recent term, plus cases coming up. Now in its 13th edition, the Review is the only scholarly journal to critique the Court from a Madisonian perspective, grounded in the nation's first principles, liberty and limited government.
Title:Cato Supreme Court Review 2013-2014Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8.97 × 5.9 × 1.1 inPublished:October 7, 2014Publisher:Cato InstituteLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Topics & Contributors for the 2013-2014 CSCR

FOREWORD – The Review’s publisher examines the tension between constitutional principle and constitutional politics.
By Roger Pilon

CAMPAIGN FINANCE – McCutcheon v. FEC – Is the government justified in limiting the total amount that someone can donate to political campaigns if that person complies with each donation limit?
By Allen Dickerson

SATIRE, TRUTHINESS, AND ELECTIONS – Susan B. Anthony List v. Dreihaus – Ohio criminalizes making false statements about political candidates.
By Ilya Shapiro

OBAMACARE MANDATES & RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Sebelius – Can private businesses be forced to provide contraceptives that violate their owners’ religious beliefs?
By Richard A. Epstein

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE – Town of Greece v. Galloway – Can a town council open its sessions with a prayer?
By Eric Rassbach

NO-SPEECH BUFFER ZONES – McCullen v. Coakley – The First Amendment implications of a Massachusetts law restricting speech outside an abortion clinic.
By Trevor Burrus

RECESS APPOINTMENTS – NLRB v. Noel Canning – The dispute regarding appointments that Obama made when the Senate claimed it wasn’t in recess.
By Bryan J. Leitch

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION – Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action – Can a state’s voters outlaw the use of racial preferences in university admissions?
By David E. Bernstein

TREATY POWER – Bond v. United States – The denouement of a curious saga involving adultery, federalism, and chemical weapons.
By Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz

LABOR LAW – Harris v. Quinn – Can Illinois force home healthcare aides to join public sector unions solely because they’re compensated by state Medicaid programs?
By Jacob Huebert

CELL PHONE SEARCHES – Riley v. California and United States v. Wurie – How far can police go in searching the information stored on cell phones?
By Andrew Pincus

SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS – In this written version of last year’s B. Kenneth Simon Memorial Lecture, Judge David B. Sentelle examines this much-misunderstood part of the First Amendment.


LOOKING AHEAD – Noted Supreme Court advocate Miguel Estrada and Ashley S. Boizelle outline and predict the 2014-2015 term.