Constitutional Law: Civil Liberty and Individual Rights

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Foundation Press, 2007 - Law - 1351 pages
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Constitutional Law: Civil Liberty and Individual Rights focuses on freedom, privacy, equality and the right to vote. It emphasizes history and the interrelation of law, policy and theory.The Sixth Edition expands coverage of the decision-making process and the impact of Supreme Court decisions. The book contains approximately 100 principal cases and notes that discuss more than 200 additional cases. It provides brief biographies of many members of the Supreme Court, and draws on the private papers of more than a dozen chief justices and justices.

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Contents

PART ONE INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT
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THE JUDICIARY
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BiographyRobert H Jackson
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Copyright

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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.

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