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Review: Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies (Aspen Treatise Series)User Review - Goodreads
A must if you are studying constitutional law. Very clear explanations, and definitely saved me while I was studying for my constitutional law final. It is comprehensive and has most of the cases you will need to know, except for the most recent ones such as the health care and gay marriage cases.
Review: Constitutional Law (Aspen Casebook Series)User Review - Goodreads
Dicta is dry and not helpful. Save the several hundred dollars and pull up the cases elsewhere.
The Constitution of the United States
The Federal Judicial Power
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