Constitutional adjudication presently requires that in order for a party to challenge a governmental act he must claim that the act has violated his constitutional rights. The purpose of this article is to show that such a requirement undermines constitutional limits on governmental actions and is inconsistent with a proper interpretation of the Constitution.
II. The Police Power
III. The Government Operations Power
IV. The Law Declaration Power
Wallace M. Rudolph and Janet L. Rudolph,
The Limits of Judicial Review in Constitutional Adjudication,
63 Neb. L. Rev.
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