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Constitutional Values: Governmental Power and Individual Freedoms in American Politics is a single volume that examines both constitutional law and civil liberties using narrative, well-edited cases, and real-world interpretations. It introduces readers to the underlying political structure of the American judiciary, explores the constitutional foundations for governmental authority, and reviews the legal protections for individual rights and liberties in the American political system. Chapter questions are included to provoke readers’ analytical and critical thinking skills, and over 100 cases help readers understand how constitutional doctrines are applied. Presents a sound discussion of governmental structure and authority in the first part of the book. Follows with a clear presentation of civil liberties and civil rights in the second part of the book. Contains over 100 edited cases which are referenced in Part Two of the book. Includes important U.S. Supreme Court opinions regarding governmental authority and individual freedoms. Covers standard Supreme Court cases and also incorporates contemporary constitutional controversies. Discusses unique local cases which demonstrate the local implications of constitutional politics. Includes cases from Maryland, New York, Connecticut, California, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa, Rhode Island, Alabama, Virginia and more! Provides true insights into the day-to-day realities of constitutional law. Encourages readers to apply constitutional doctrines to local controversies. Anyone interested in or involved with constitutional law and civil liberties.
A native of Indiana, Daniel E. Hall is Dean of the Hamilton Campus and Professor of Political Science at Miami University. He was formerly chairperson of the Department of Criminal Justice at The University of Toledo and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida. He has also held adjunct faculty positions at the Barry University School of Law and the University of Evansville. He earned his B.S. at Indiana University, J.D. at Washburn University, and Ed.D. at the University of Central Florida. In addition to experience as a defense attorney in the United States and assistant attorney general of the Federated States of Micronesia, he has thirteen years of experience teaching criminal law and procedure in higher education. He has authored a dozen journal articles and another dozen books, all on public law subjects. Daniel has been married to Stacey Lynn Hall since 1991. They live in Ross, Ohio with their daughters, Grace Kathryn and Eva Joan, and their golden retriever Atticus.
John P. Feldmeier earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Ohio Dominican College, J.D. from Capital University Law School, and M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from Miami University. Before joining the academy, Dr. Feldmeier practiced law in Ohio, handling several cases involving important constitutional law issues, one that reached the United States Supreme Court. Dr. Feldmeier has several articles published on constitutional law subjects in law reviews and political science journals. He is currently associate professor of political science at Wright State University. John currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife, Melissa, and their two children, Emma and Jack.