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Part of a two-volume set, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: National Power and Federalism continues to be a favorite with its tried-and-true E&E pedagogy. It is a problem-oriented guide designed and organized to complement major Constitutional Law casebooks. It takes students through the principal doctrines of constitutional law covered in a typical course, focusing on the powers of the federal courts, Congress, and the President; and examines the doctrines of separation of power and federalism, as well as some of the limitations that the Constitution imposes on state powers.
This edition retains the great features that have always made it a dependable source for students. The text is:
The Fourth Edition also includes an abundance of updated & timely information, including: