- Title Pages
- Introduction Why Care What the Constitution Says?
- Part I Constitutional Legitimacy
- Chapter One The Fiction of “We the People”: Is the Constitution Binding on Us?
- Chapter Two Constitutional Legitimacy without Consent: Protecting the Rights Retained by the People
- Chapter Three Natural Rights as Liberty Rights: Retained Rights, Privileges, or Immunities
- Part II Constitutional Method
- Chapter Four Constitutional Interpretation: An Originalism for Nonoriginalists
- Chapter Five Constitutional Construction: Supplementing Original Meaning
- Chapter Six Judicial Review: The Meaning of the Judicial Power
- Part III Constitutional Limits
- Chapter Seven Judicial Review of Federal Laws: The Meaning of the Necessary and Proper Clause
- Chapter Eight Judicial Review of State Laws: The Meaning of the Privileges or Immunities Clause
- Chapter Nine The Mandate of the Ninth Amendment: Why Footnote Four Is Wrong
- Chapter Ten The Presumption of Liberty: Protecting Rights without Listing Them
- Part IV Constitutional Powers
- Chapter Eleven The Proper Scope of Federal Power: The Meaning of the Commerce Clause
- Chapter Twelve The Proper Scope of State Power: Construing the “Police Power”
- Chapter Thirteen Showing Necessity: Judicial Doctrines and Application to Cases
- Conclusion Restoring the Lost Constitution
- Afterword What I Have Learned Since the First Edition
- Index of Cases
- Index of Names
- General Index
- Restoring the Lost Constitution
Randy E. Barnett
- Princeton University Press
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