Book: The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's "Inner Contradiction" by Henry Mark Holzercategories: Book, Ayn Rand, Supreme Court, Altruisn, Collectivism, Statism, Man's Rights, Collectivized Rights, Nature of Government, Privacy, Delegation of Power, Bill of Rights, American Constitution
Henry Mark Holzerabout this book: From its inception, the Constitution of the United States of America and its interpretation by the Supreme Court of the United States suffered from an inherent contradiction which has negated the Declaration of Independence and Constitution's promise of individual rights, limited government, and national sovereignty.
This book is both a tutorial on the Constitution and the "inner contradiction" that has nearly destroyed it.
The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's "Inner Contradiction" deals with such subjects as race, abortion, the reserved powers of the states under the Tenth Amendment, the warped interpretation of the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, the limits of "free" speech under the First Amendment, how "reasonable" probable cause must be under the Fourth Amendment, the inherent limits on gun rights under the Second Amendment, the engorgement of federal power under Article I,and the nature and scope of the President's power under Article II. The American Constitution and Ayn Rand's "inner contradiction" also explore the reach of judicial power, and how the Supreme Court has, at minimum, aided and abetted the near-destruction of the legacy handed to us by the Founding Fathers.
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