American Constitutional Law
Contains a balance of case studies and commentary. Each chapter opens with an introductory essay which is followed by a discussion of the chapter material, and ends with a series of pertinent case studies. This balance appeals to both instructors of political science and to instructors of law.
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The Underlying Principles of the Constitution
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