Constitutional law: civil liberty and individual rights

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Foundation Press, Aug 13, 2007 - Law - 51 pages
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This detailed supplement addresses the major issues and developments in Constitutional law, civil liberty, and individual rights. It examines the impact of these elements on the individual and on the public in various aspects of life-including advertising, free speech, religion, and elections. Section titles discuss: Commercial Advertising; The Right To Silence; The Public Forum; The Private Forum; Free Exercise of Religion; Establishment of Religion: Religion and Schools; Privacy and Autonomy; and The Constitution and the Electoral Process.

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William Cohen (of late) received his PhD from Stanford in 1968. His scholarly research focused on French Urbanization, and he was the author of "The French Encounter with Africans: White Responses to Blacks, European Empire Building, Rulers of Empire, and Rober Delavignette and the French Empire, " as well as numerous articles and reviews.

David A. Yalof (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; J.D., University of Virginia Law School) is Associate Professor, Department of Political Science at the University of Connecticut. His teaching and research interests include constitutional law, judicial politics, the Presidency, and American government. Professor Yalof is the author of PURSUIT OF JUSTICES: PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS AND THE SELECTION OF SUPREME COURT NOMINEES, winner of the American Political Science Association's Richard E. Neustadt Prize for the Best Book on the Presidency. He is the co-author of THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND THE MEDIA IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION (with Kenneth Dautrich) and has written numerous articles for publications such as POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY.

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