Supreme Court Review 2001-2002
James L. Swanson, Roger Pilon
Cato Institute, 2002 - Law - 250 pages
This new annual review from Cato analyzes the 2001/2002 Supreme Court Term, specifically looking at the most important and far reaching cases of the year.
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The First Amendment
Judicial Elections and the First Amendment Freeing Political Speech
Cyberspace Cases Force Court to Reexamine Basic Assumptions of Obscenity and Child Pornography Jurisprudence
Redefining a Crime as a Sentencing Factor to Circumvent the Right to Jury Trial Harris v United States
The Drug War
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