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Welfare and the Constitution
Sotirios A. Barber

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"This book is extraordinarily important. It is the most ambitious and realized work of constitutional theory that argues for a positive benefits model of the Constitution. It is also exceptionally well written. The prose is forceful, engaging, and eloquent; the tone is serious and commanding, though disarmingly conversational and accessible. Barber's arguments are at once boldly unconventional and yet derived from traditional sources like Lincoln and The Federalist Papers."--James E. Fleming, Fordham University School of Law

"Welfare and the Constitution engages in extensive, subtle, and sophisticated inquiry into the obligations that the federal Constitution imposes on government."--Lee Anne Fennell, University of Texas School of Law

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