Anderson Publishing Company, 1991 - Constitutional Law - 980 pages
This treatise for law students begins with the development of the Federal Constitution and a history of the Bill of Rights. The book presents an analysis of key constitutional issues by examining decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court which limit, expand, or explain the authority of the justice system.
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