An article by Richard Martens (“One Door Closes”), in The University of Chicago Magazine (March/April, 2012, Cover, pp. 40-47) recalled the career of George Anastaplo, a University of Chicago alumnus. The article was linked on March 8, 2012 and posted … Continue reading
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Richard Mertens has written an article about George Anastaplo for The University of Chicago Magazine (print edition Mar-Apr, 2012, link originally posted 03/08/12). The online version of the full issue can be viewed by clicking here. The article itself is linked below … Continue reading
George Anastaplo Dare to be naïve. —Buckminster Fuller (1975) Prologue I presume to provide on this occasion (a few hours before the Greek Orthodox Easter) a confession of my serial indulgences in naiveté. Perhaps … Continue reading
Thomas Engeman George Anastaplo: The Constitution of 1787: A Commentary (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989. Pp. i-xx, 340. $10.95.) This is a unique and intelligent work of Constitutional interpretation. George Anastaplo, a professor of law at Loyola University … Continue reading
Our Character Is Our Fate: The Constitutionalism of George Anastaplo George Anastaplo, The Constitution of 1787: A Commentary (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989). Cited in the text as (I: – ). George Anastaplo, The Amendments to the Constitution: A Commentary … Continue reading
Foreword to the 2005 Re-issue of George Anastaplo, THE CONSTITUTIONALIST: Notes on the First Amendment (Southern Methodist University Press, 1971; Lexington Books, 2005) Laurence Berns I. This fascinating eight-hundred-and-forty-page book is really three books, and more.1 First is the text, a … Continue reading
REFLECTIONS ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, by George Anastaplo Reviewed by Philip A. Dynia, Department of Political Science, Loyola University New Orleans. George Anastaplo, Professor of law at Loyola Chicago School of Law and lecturer in liberal arts at the University of … Continue reading