Economic liberties and the constitution bernard h siegan on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this seminal work bernard siegan traces the history of onstitutional protection for economic liberties in the united states he argues that the law began to change with respect to economic liberties in the late 1930s. Contributors paul j larkin jr is a senior legal research fellow in the edwin meese iii center for legal and judicial studies at the heritage foundation david e bernstein is george mason . 6 harvard journal of law public policy vol 35 consider an amendment drafted by roger sherman who served with james madison on the house select committee to draft the bill of rights6 shermans second amendment begins as follows the people have certain natural rights which are re tained by them when they enter into society 7 in this pas. Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble us constitution amendment i although the purpose of the first amendment was the protection of speech not economic liberty it has become an increasingly important provision in our information economy. Economic liberties and the constitution contrary to its existing practice the united states supreme court was once a strong guarantor of economic liberties this was the period 1897 1937 of economic due process the fifth amendment and fourteenth amendment provide that neither the federal nor state governments shall deprive any person of life liberty or property without due process
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