Constitutional morality and the rise of quasi law frohnen bruce p carey george w on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers americans are increasingly ruled by an unwritten constitution consisting of executive orders signing statements. They define constitutional morality as the felt duty of government officials to abide by the restrictions and imperatives imposed on them by a constitution p 10 and they define the rule of law as governance according to settled norms p 19 constitutional morality is thus essential for the rule of law to operate. As a result the us constitution no longer means what it says to the people it is supposed to govern and the government no longer acts according to the rule of law these developments can be traced back to a change in constitutional morality bruce frohnen and george carey argue in this challenging book. this thoughtful book examines the rise of quasi law the group of executive orders waivers from legislation presidential directives signing statements and the like that have the obligatory effect of law but depart from proper constitutional process as the framers instituted it this is a welcome addition to the understanding of . Beneath its cool blue cover constitutional morality and the rise of quasi law is an explosive book the thesis of coauthors bruce frohnen and george w carey is that constitutional government as was once known in the united states is in fact a memory
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