Books, articles, reviews, etc.

 

Books:

Moral Foundations of Constitutional Thought: Current Problems, Augustinian Prospects (Princeton University Press, 1990).

The Ethics of F.A. Hayek (University Press of America, 1986).

 

Academic Articles:

“Religious Freedom Without Religious Neutrality: Our Once and Future Constitutional Common Sense,” in Courts and the Culture Wars, Bradley C.S. Watson, ed. (Lexington, 2002), 99-126.

“Virtue and the Constitution: The Theological Frame of American Common Sense,” in Vital Remnants: America’s Founding and the Western Tradition, G.L. Gregg, ed. (­ISI Press, 2000).

“Illusory Pluralism, Inexorable Establishment,” in Obligations of Citizenship and Demands of Faith: Religious Accommodation in Democracies, Nancy Rosenblum, ed. (Princeton University Press, 2000).

“The Idea of Nonliberal Constitutionalism,” in Nomos XXXIX, Yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, Will Kymlicka and Ian Shapiro, eds. (NYU Press, 1997).

“The New Mixed Constitu­tion: A Re­sponse to Liber­al Debil­ity and Constitu­tional Dead­lock in Eastern Europe,” Polity 26 (1994), 503-515; reprinted in Consti­tutional­ism and Politics, Irena G. Gross, ed. (Bratis­lava: Slovak Committee of the Euro­pe­an Cul­tural Founda­tion, 1995).

“The Constitutional Good: Constitutionalism’s Equivocal Moral Imperative,” Polity 26 (1993), 91-111.

“The Good Polity Today: Constituting Law and Society After the Cold War,” special issue of Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 3 (1996); Graham Walker, guest editor. Other contributors include Richard Flathman, Mark Tushnet, Karol Soltan and William B. Allen.

 

Occasional pieces and reviews (selected):

“Liberty’s Inconclusive Foundations,” Review of Politics 71 (2009), 126-128; with Katherine B. Teubl; review of Glenn Tinder, Liberty: Rethinking an Imperiled Ideal.

“When Evangelical Colleges Turn Liberal,” The American Spectator 38 (November 2005), 56-58.

Review of J. Garlow, How God Saved Civilization, Wesleyan Theological Journal 37 (2002), 228-230.

“Fixing the Faith-Based Formula,” National Review Online, April 3, 2001.

“God Our Father,” The Wesleyan Advocate 155 (Feb. 1997), 49-50.

“Perspective on Abortion,” Los Angeles Times (Nov. 10, 1995), B9; Human Life Review (1996).

Review of Gary J. Jacobsohn, Apple of Gold: Constitutionalism in Israel and the United States, American Political Science Review 88 (1994), 499-500.

Comment on “Rethinking American Conservatism,” The Intercollegiate Review 29 (1993), 59-60.

“Calvin as Father of Secular Modernity,” The Review of Politics 55 (Winter 1993), 175-178; review of Ralph Hancock, Calvin and the Foundations of Modern Politics.

“Liberal Man, Thin Reason,” The Review of Politics 51 (Winter 1989), 130-132; review of Brian Lee Crowley, The Self, the Individual and the Community.

“Ambivalent Constitutional Aspiration,” The Review of Politics 49 (Fall 1987), 603-606; review of Gary J. Jacobsohn, The Supreme Court and the Decline of Constitutional Aspiration.

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