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American Exceptionalism and Human Rights
Edited by Michael Ignatieff

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1. Introduction: American Exceptionalism and Human Rights by Michael Ignatieff 1
PART I. THE VARIETIES OF EXCEPTIONALISM 27
Chapter 2. The Exceptional First Amendment by Frederick Schauer 29
Chapter 3. Capital Punishment and American Exceptionalism by Carol S. Steiker 57
Chapter 4. Why Does the American Constitution Lack Social and Economic Guarantees? By Cass R. Sunstein 90
Chapter 5. America’s Jekyll-and-Hyde Exceptionalism by Harold Hongju Koh 111 PART II. EXPLAINING EXCEPTIONALISM 145
Chapter 6. The Paradox of U.S.Human Rights Policy by Andrew Moravcsik 147
Chapter 7. American Exceptionalism, Popular Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law by Paul W. Kahn 198
PART III. EVALUATING EXCEPTIONALISM 223
Chapter 8. American Exceptionalism: The New Version by Stanley Hoffmann 225
Chapter 9. Integrity-Anxiety? by Frank I. Michelman 241
Chapter 10. A Brave New Judicial World by Anne-Marie Slaughter 277
Chapter 11. American Exceptionalism, Exemptionalism, and Global Governance by John Gerard Ruggie 304
Contributors 339
Index 341

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