American Constitutional Law: Introductory Essays and Selected Cases
Explains the history and politics behind key cases in constitutional law. After a chapter on jurisdiction and organization of the federal courts, 12 chapters offer extended excerpts from cases and chapter introductions tracing the thread of constitutional doctrine through major decisions. Includes k
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