Constitutional Interpretation

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Thomson/West, 2004 - Law - 1416 pages
One of the best-known, most comprehensive and widely read Constitutional Law textbooks published, CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION is consistently updated to reflect current issues and cases relevant to students. Offering a good balance between textual explanation and edited Court cases written in clear, concise language, the text remains the standard text for students and instructors alike.

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Contents

Chapter
1
Supreme Court
28
Abington School Dist v Schempp 1049
39
Copyright

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With a distinguished teaching and academic career, Craig R. Ducat has made an indelible contribution to the Constitutional Law arena. A professor at Northern Illinois University since receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, he was awarded the Presidential Teaching Professorship from 1995-1999; the Award for Excellence in Teaching, Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, 1998; and the Award for Excellence in Teaching, Phi Sigma Zeta in 2001. He was also recently granted the title Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus. Dr. Ducat is best known for writing the CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION casebooks.

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