Myth of the Sacred : The Charter, the Courts and the Politics of the Constitution in Canadaby James, Patrick
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Table of Contents
|Introduction: The Myth of the Sacred in the Canadian Constitutional Order||p. 3|
|Judicial Review and Group Status|
|Judicial Rationalism and the Therapeutic Constitution: The Supreme Court's Reconstruction of Equality and Democratic Process under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms||p. 17|
|Judicial Supervision of the Political Process: Canadian and American Responses to Homosexual Rights Challenges||p. 67|
|The Supreme Court of Canada and the Complexity of Judicial Activism||p. 97|
|The Constitution and Rational Choice Theory|
|Canada's Three Constitutions: Protecting, Overturning, and Reversing the Status Quo||p. 125|
|Strategic Behaviour and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms||p. 147|
|Non-Governmental Players in the Constitutional Arena|
|Think Tanks, Public Policy, and Constitutional Politics in Canada||p. 171|
|Cooperation and Conflict: Group Activity in R. v. Keegstra||p. 189|
|The Culture of Constitution-Making in Canada|
|Deeper and Deeper: Deep Diversity, Federalism, and Redistributive Politics in Canada||p. 207|
|Is a "True" Multination Federation the Cure for Our Ills?||p. 219|
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