American Civil Liberties
Intended for the second semester of constitutional law course, often called Civil Liberties, a standard offering in all four-year political science departments. It is taken by pre-law students as well as many political science majors (and non-majors). This book is not merely a casebook but a comprehensive textbook that caters to the undergraduate constitutional law student.
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