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Tax. Rev. L. & Pol.
This article explores the fiduciary law of the founding fathers to determine whether it was part of the constitutional design for the Judiciary to review special interest appropriations, and, if so, how the courts might proceed. The author’s findings suggest that, at least from the standpoint of the original understanding of the Constitution, prior judicial deference to the Legislature has been excessive and that there are solid constitutional grounds in arguing for a more searching standard of review.
Robert G. Natelson,
Judicial Review of Special Interest Spending: The General Welfare Clause and the Fiduciary Law of the Founders
, 11 Tax. Rev. L. & Pol. 239
Available at: https://scholarship.law.umt.edu/faculty_lawreviews/52