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Wednesday, May 01, 2013

The Health Care Case -- The Book!

Nate Persily

Oxford Press has just published The Health Care Case: The Supreme Court's Decision and Its Implications, which I edited along with Gillian Metzger and Trevor Morrison.  Many Balkinization bloggers have contributed chapters.  The Table of Contents appears below:



Introduction
Nathaniel Persily, Gillian E. Metzger, and Trevor W. Morrison
Part I             Reflections on the Supreme Court’s Decision
1          The Court Affirms the Social Contract
            Jack M. Balkin
2          Who Won the Obamacare Case?
            Randy E. Barnett
3          A Most Improbable 1787 Constitution: A (Mostly) Originalist Critique of the Constitutionality of the ACA
            Richard A. Epstein
4          The June Surprises: Balls, Strikes, and the Fog of War
            Charles Fried
5          Much Ado: The Potential Impact of the Supreme Court Decision Upholding the Affordable Care Act
            Robert N. Weiner
6          The Missing Due Process Argument
            Jamal Greene
7          “Necessary,” “Proper,” and Health Care Reform
            Andrew Koppelman
8          The Presumption of Constitutionality and the Individual Mandate
            Gillian E. Metzger and Trevor W. Morrison
9          The Individual Mandate and the Proper Meaning of “Proper”
            Ilya Somin
Part III          The Important Role of the Chief Justice
10        Judicial Minimalism, the Mandate, and Mr. Roberts
            Jonathan H. Adler
11        Is It the Roberts Court?
            Linda Greenhouse
12        More Law Than Politics: The Chief, the “Mandate,” Legality, and Statesmanship
            Neil S. Siegel
13        The Secret History of the Chief Justice’s Obamacare Decision
            John Fabian Witt
Part IV          The Decision’s Implications
14        Federalism by Waiver after the Health Care Case
            Samuel R. Bagenstos
15        The Health Care Case in the Public Mind: Opinion on the Supreme Court and Health Reform in a Polarized Era
            Andrea Louise Campbell and Nathaniel Persily
16        How Federalism Looks Now: Medicaid and the Nationalizing Effect of the Supreme Court’s Old-Fashioned Federalism in Health Reform
            Abbe R. Gluck
17        Constitutional Uncertainty and the Design of Social Insurance: Reflections on the ACA Case
            Michael J. Graetz and Jerry L. Mashaw
18        The Affordable Care Act and the Constitution: Beyond National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius
            Timothy Stoltzfus Jost
19        Medicaid’s Next Fifty Years: Aligning an Old Program with the New Normal
            Sara Rosenbaum
20        Health Policy Devolution and the Institutional Hydraulics of the Affordable Care Act
            Theodore W. Ruger 



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