American constitutional law, Issue 1

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Foundation Press, 1978 - Law - 1204 pages
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Approaches to Constitutional Analysis; Model I: Model of Separated and Divided Powers; Federal Judicial Power; Federal Executive Power; Federal Legislative Power; Federalism-Based Limits on State and Local Power; Direct Protection of Individuals and Groups; Model II: The Model of Implied Limitations on Government; Model III: Model of Settled Expectations; Model IV: Model of Regularity; Model V: Model of Preferred Rights; Rights of Communication and Expression; Rights of Political Participation; Rights of Religious Autonomy; Rights of Privacy and Personhood; Model VI: The Model of Equal Protection; Model VII: Toward a Model of Structural Justice?; Problem of State Action.

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Tribe is an eminent constitutional law expert. This is his casebook. While it illustrates his perspective, I found it somewhat idiosyncratic. I also found it hard to follow some of the arguments. So ... Read full review

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The Constitution of the United States of America
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Table of Cases
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APPROACHES TO CONSTITUTIONAL
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