This text provides a classic, comprehensive, authoritative approach to constitutional law. Volume I (chapters 1-6) focuses on federal rights and powers and is appropriate for the first semester in the two-semester course sequence in Constitutional Law. Volume II (chapters 7-13) focuses on individuals' rights and responsibilities and is appropriate for the second semester in the two-semester course sequence in Constitutional Law commonly called Civil Rights and Liberties. Still the comprehensive casebook that has proven itself in the classroom, this new edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest court cases.
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