Constitutional Law

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Foundation Press, 1985 - Law - 1633 pages
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Already used in more than 120 schools, the new edition of this highly regarded casebook will maintain the structure of recent editions while thouroughly streamlining material & updating the cases covered. In addition, a detailed Teacher's Manual will be prepared to assist current & new users in understanding the breadth & depth of this leading publication.

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Review: Constitutional Law (University Casebook Series)

User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Uneven plot, long winded and often obscure prose. Many inconsistencies and internal conflicts. I'm hoping for a surprise ending. OK, I'm really just hoping it will end. Read full review

Review: Constitutional Law (University Casebook Series)

User Review  - Steven Peterson - Goodreads

This version follows in the wake of a long tradition of excellence. This work began as an edited Con Law text, created by Noel Dowling, in 1937. In the 1960s, what had formerly been Dowling alone ... Read full review


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The Authoritativeness of the Courts Constitutional Interpreta

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