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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.show more

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  • Hardback | 752 pages
  • 218.4 x 281.9 x 25.4mm | 1,474.19g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Clifton Park, United States
  • English
  • 076684014X
  • 9780766840140

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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.show more

Table of contents

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.show more

About Chana Barron

C. Suzanne Bailey practiced law for several years prior to becoming a professor. Throughout her teaching career she has taught criminal procedure, evidence, current issues in the courts, civil law, employment law, alternative dispute resolution, legal research and a variety of special topic courses. Professor Bailey has published a number of articles over the course of her career and has previously co-authored the book, Constitutional Law. She is currently an Associate Professor at Western Illinois University-Quad Cities in Moline, Illinois. Chana Barron, J.D., M.S. is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Iowa, where she is an Instructo in the Sociology Department. Prior to that she was an Assistant Professor at Auburn University at Montgomery. She also work for the Dept. of Justice and Public Safety School during her previous years at Auburn University.show more

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