Obamacare on Trial Einer Elhauge Author
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This short book analyzes the Obamacare case — focusing on many points the Supreme Court was never told about — including the fact that the constitutional framers themselves had approved mandates to buy health insurance! “Anyone who cares about the Supreme Court's approach to constitutional issues -- and especially about the claims of some Justices that they try to follow the Constitution's original meaning – must read Einer Elhauge's devastating analysis of what all nine Justices, and the hundreds of advocates whose briefs and arguments they studied, simply failed to take into account when the Supreme Court decided the Health Care Case of 2012. No history of that decision will be complete unless it includes this brilliant and eminently readable little book -- a book that deserves to become an instant classic.” – Laurence H. Tribe, Harvard Law Professor, leading constitutional law scholar, acclaimed Supreme Court advocate, and author of many books, including the highly influential treatise, American Constitutional Law.“Einer Elhauge is the single best and most incisive commentator on the constitutionality of the individual mandate and the Affordable Care Act more generally. His gathering of precedent and penetrating analysis will convince you that much of the Court's arguments were mistaken.” – Ezekiel J. Emanuel, M.D., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania Medical School Professor, former Special Advisor for Health Policy to the Obama White House OMB, and New York Times columnist

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