In this commentary the author claims that one should not attempt to answer the question whether motive should be considered in constitutional adjudication too quickly. One should not extrapolate that motive should be constitutionally relevant in one circumstance simply because motive is relevant in another circumstance. The author concludes that one should not expect a single answer to the motive question.
Reflections on a Unified Theory of Motive,
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