Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Blawging Bleg

Can anyone (cough, cough, Kip, cough, cough) recommend a book and/or readily available scholarly article that discusses the relationship between the demise of Lochner and the eventual (years later) rise of substantive due process? Specifically, I'm looking to discuss the extent to which the demise of Lochner had effects that traveled far beyond economic substantive due process.