American Constitutional Law: Constitutional structure and political power
[This book] explores the political and social aspects of the litigation process and judicial decision making. [The author] goes beyond a simple description of legal rules to investigate the dynamic relationship between law and politics. [The book] emphasizes the real-world influence of Supreme Court's opinions on the operation of American political institutions.-Back cover.
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Law and Constitutional Structure
Interpreting the Constitution
AND THE COMMON LAW
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