It's great to listen to a well reasoned argument for a morally bankrupt position. This book, which contains a case for strict constitutionalism, is 100% correct in terms of nominal law (laws on the books) but 100% off-base in terms of natural law (what is right and wrong). If the author had his way, we would still have slavery and we would not be a united country. That being said, the author is absolutely correct in his criticisms of the notion of "constitutional law". Draw your own conclusions from this conundrum. A good read.
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