Constitutional Law

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Foundation Press, 1985 - Law - 1633 pages
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Already used in more than 120 schools, the new edition of this highly regarded casebook will maintain the structure of recent editions while thouroughly streamlining material & updating the cases covered. In addition, a detailed Teacher's Manual will be prepared to assist current & new users in understanding the breadth & depth of this leading publication.

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Uneven plot, long winded and often obscure prose. Many inconsistencies and internal conflicts. I'm hoping for a surprise ending. OK, I'm really just hoping it will end. Read full review

Review: Constitutional Law (University Casebook Series)

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Uneven plot, long winded and often obscure prose. Many inconsistencies and internal conflicts. I'm hoping for a surprise ending. OK, I'm really just hoping it will end. Read full review

Contents

Table of Cases
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PART I
1
The Authoritativeness of the Courts Constitutional Interpreta
21
Copyright

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