Constitutional Law: Cases, History, and Practice

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LexisNexis, Mar 23, 2011 - Law - 1540 pages
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In attempting to come closer to that elusive goal, the Fourth Edition features several significant changes. First, it provides, at appropriate points, concise statements of the frameworks of analysis developed by the Court to resolve constitutional claims. Providing these analytical frameworks is designed to provide a jumping-off point for students to consider the more difficult issues that lurk behind those rules.

Second, the Fourth Edition has attempted to highlight areas of the law that are often under-studied in a basic constitutional law class, such as immigration, naturalization and citizenship issues.

Third, the Fourth Edition aims to prepare students for practice. The process of making constitutional ?law? is more than the process by which the Supreme Court writes an opinion stating broad principles. The process happens every day, in small decisions made in courthouses, city halls and police stations across the nation.

 

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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT DECISION
IMPLEMENTING HAMDI
THE JUDICIAL POWER
THE TAXING AND SPENDING POWER AS AN ALTERNATIVE
THE DISTRIBUTION OF NATIONAL
APPLICATION OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS TO THE STATES
E PERSON WHO CONSTITUTES A PERSON FOR PURPOSES
DUE PROCESS
PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS
Appendix United States Constitution
Table of Cases
Index
Copyright

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