Constitutional Law for a Changing America: A Short Course

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CQ Press, 2000 - Civil rights - 768 pages
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This innovative single-volume resource on constitutional law highlights the political context in which judicial rulings are made. This edition includes key decisions handed down by the Court over the past four years. Figures, tables, photographs and appendices illustrate the legal trends, political issues, and the people behind the cases, and enhance the reference value of this volume. World Wide Web addresses are provided throughout, giving students access to the full opinion of each excerpted case and to the audio recording of oral arguments when available.

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Contents

THE LIVING CONSTITUTION
11
UNDERSTANDING
21
INSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY
57
Copyright

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Emory University

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