Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice
Exploring the full range of civil rights and liberties guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties, and Justice has been updated throughout to include Supreme Court decisions handed down through June 2000 and to take into account recent events in the legal and political environment. New to this edition are a chapter on the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms, boxes that compare and contrast the U.S. legal system with systems abroad, and "Aftermath" sidebars that revisit well-known litigants for a glimpse of how their cases affected their lives.
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Constitutional Law: Rights, Liberties and Justice 8th Edition
Lee Epstein,Thomas G. Walk
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