Read a Review of Gaveling…
>> David Morris of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance has reviewed Gaveling Down the Rabble. Read the review here.
>> Marc T. Cryer, who teaches labor relations at the Center for Labor Education and Research at the University of Alabama, says that Morris “does an impressive job of marshalling cases and uncontested facts to show us the legal history of our own homegrown free trade zone and how it has affected state and local democracy.”
Describing the book as “easy to read” and written “in plain English,” Cryer continues: “…Jane Anne Morris covers nearly every legal case of any importance or impact involving an interpretation of the Commerce Clause and provides easy-to-understand explanations.”
Cryer recommends Gaveling Down the Rabble to “any reader, teacher, or class of students interested in the history of free trade, constitutional law, or the Commerce Clause itself.”
>> Megan Wade Antieau of DUHC reviews Gaveling here.