Supreme Court Review 2001-2002

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Cato Institute, 2002 - Law - 250 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
Property Rights
5
Federalism
31
The First Amendment
57
Judicial Elections and the First Amendment Freeing Political Speech
85
Cyberspace Cases Force Court to Reexamine Basic Assumptions of Obscenity and Child Pornography Jurisprudence
115
Education
149
Criminal Law
171
Redefining a Crime as a Sentencing Factor to Circumvent the Right to Jury Trial Harris v United States
187
The Drug War
227
Coming Up
253
Contributors
263
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Swanson is the editor in chief of the Supreme Court Review and a senior fellow in constitutional studies.

Roger Pilon is the founder and director of Cato's Center for Constitutional Studies, which has become an important force in the national debate over constitutional interpretation and judicial philosophy. He is the publisher of the Cato Supreme Court Review and is an adjunct professor of government at Georgetown University through The Fund for American Studies

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