Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Institutional powers and constraints
A companion volume to Constitutional Law for a Changing America: Rights, Liberties and Justice, this volume analyzes institutional authority, including the separation of powers; nation state relations; commerce and tax law; and economic liberties. Photographs of litigants, exhibits from the cases, and descriptions of events that led to suits animate the text.This new edition is extensively revised to bring developments in constitutional law up to date, including major dissenting and concurring opinions, decision making, and discussions of future trends.
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