Modern Constitutional Law: 2005 Supplement; Cases and Notes
Updates Rotunda's Modern Constitutional Law, 6th, and is current through June 2001. Like the book, the supplement focuses on modern constitutional law, the law that will be litigated today and tomorrow. Assists students with forming a good understanding of the basic principles of the law, what the law is, and where it is going.
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