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A complete, yet concise study of constitutional law, this book features authors' narratives to describe and explain key concepts of the law, and illustrates them with well-prepared cases. The use of graphs, illustrations, review questions, and extensive appendices highlight focal points, facilitate comprehension, and offer helpful references. Unlike difficult-to-read law texts, this book effectively presents constitutional law in a reader-friendly format.
Part I: Governmental Structures, Authorities, and Limitations. Section I: History of the Constitution. Section II: Dividing Governmental Power: Horizontally and Vertically. Section III: The Judiciary; Its Role and Judicial Review. Section IV: The Judiciary: Jurisdiction. Section V: Congress. Section VI: Presidency. Section VII: Administrative Agencies. Part II: Civil Liberties. Section VIII: Fundamental Rights. Section IX: Due Process and Equal Protection. Section X: Discrimination. Section XI: The Right to Privacy. Section XII: Freedom of Expression and Association. Section XIII: Freedom of Press. Section XIV: Speech Not Protected by the First Amendment. Section XV: Freedom of Religion. Section XVI: The Establishment Clause. Part IV: Appendices.