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|Table of Cases|
|The Constitution of the United States|
|Introduction: Constitutional Principles||1|
|Ch. I||Judicial Review and Its Limits||5|
|Ch. II||National Legislative Powers||57|
|Ch. III||State Power in American Federalism||86|
|Ch. IV||Congress and the Executive Power||116|
|Ch. V||Due Process of Law||151|
|Ch. VI||Equal Protection||218|
|Ch. VII||Freedom of Expression||293|
|Ch. VIII||Freedom of Religion||432|
|Ch. IX||State Action||471|
|Ch. X||Congressional Legislation in Aid of Civil Rights and Liberties||491|
Posted March 15, 2009
The only really positive thing I can say about this book is that its small size makes it more portable than most law school books. Our professor has us using it as the hornbook. I would never use it as a study guide or supplement. It is just as coma-inducingly-written as any other hornbook. It's boring and over-written like any other law school hornbook. Skip this if you are looking for a study aid or supplement, and go with Emanuel or something similar.
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Posted October 28, 2008
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