“Araiza’s book is a significant contribution to the scholarly landscape about equal protection and Congressional power, but its great accomplishment is to shed new light on the two subjects in tandem. . . . Araiza’s analysis is (characteristically) intelligent. He offers careful doctrinal analysis and a nuanced discussion of flaws in the Court’s current approach to Congress’s enforcement power. This is academic scholarship of a very high quality.”
—Eric Berger, University of Nebraska College of Law
“Extremely well-written, well-argued, and well-documented. Araiza’s prose is a delight, both accessible and sophisticated, no easy feat. . . . Anyone who writes in this area in the future will have to wrestle with Araiza'a persuasive and strong account.”
—Eric J. Segall, Kathy and Lawrence Ashe Professor of Law, Georgia State University
"This is a serious effort to reconcile Supreme Court doctrine with the original goals of the Enforcement Clause. And it’s well written, well argued, and eminently readable."
—Douglas Laycock, Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia
“Enforcing the Equal Protection Clause is a very significant addition to the legal texts on the equal protection clause. Araiza has highlighted some previously ignored aspects of the equal protection clause. He clearly shows it is fundamentally a constitutional issue and within the ambit of Congress’s powers. This book is a must-read for both students and experts of constitutional law.”
—The Washington Book Review
“In Enforcing the Equal Protection Clause, Araiza does a superb job of filling this literary void and bringing a measure of clarity to the subject… Overall, Enforcing the Equal Protection Clause is an engaging, education, and thought-provoking read.”
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