Hershkoff, Helen
February 2005
Albany Law Review;2005, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p381
Academic Journal
Focuses on the dissenting opinion of Judge Jacob D. Fuchsberg on a case regarding the system of public school financing in New York. Involvement of state education clause and state equal protection claims in the case; Use of an implicit theory of federalism by Fuchsberg in his dissenting opinion approach to state positive rights; Rejection of the reflexive application of federal minimal rationality to the equal protection clause of the state.


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