II. Vetoes in the Early Republic ... A. The Founding Vision ... B. Practice of Presidents before Jackson ... C. Madison's Veto of the Second Bank of the United States
III. Constraints on Jackson's Veto Adaptation ... A. Precedential Interpretation in the Regime of Marshall and Madison ... B. Legislative Supremacy ... C. The Possibility of Presidential Transformation
IV. Transformation and Dynamic Institutional Interaction: Andrew Jackson ... A. Changing Lanes along the Maysville Road ... B. Throwing Down the Gauntlet: The Bank Veto ... C. Censure of the President—Constitutionality ... D. Censure of the President—The Merits ... E. Protest ... F. Transformational Aspirations Confirmed
V. Consolidation and Popular Ratification: John Tyler ... A. The Constitutional Significance of William H. Harrison ... B. And Tyler Too ... C. Climax of the Veto Controversy ... D. The Dust Settles
Gerard N. Magliocca,
Veto! The Jacksonian Revolution in Constitutional Law,
78 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol78/iss2/2