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Geoffrey R. Stone
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Constitutional Law

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Editorial Notice

The Constitution of the United States

Biographical Notes on Selected U.S. Supreme Court Justices

The Supreme Court since 1789

Part One: The Role of the Courts in Constitutional Interpretation

1. Judicial Review and Constitutional Structure

A. The Origins and theory of Judicial Review

B. The Power to Review State Court Judgments

C. The Adequat

Hardcover, 1st Edition, 1579 pages
Published July 1st 1986 by Little Brown and Company (first published 1986)
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I’m nearly caught up on all of the important law books I need to tell you about from this year. I’ve been saving this one because I love it so much, but now I’m in the summer. I’ve got my beach books, I’ve got my beer, and I’ve got my Bachelorette. I’m ready to tell you about constitutional law casebooks. It’s kind of like Jane Austen, where you have to give the ubiquitous hierarchy of favorites, so here it is:

1. Stone (this book)
2. Braveman
. . .

100. Sullivan, Gunther

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I thoroughly enjoyed this textbook. It allowed me to learn Constitutional law with the assistance of the Socratic method. It was one of the only books I kept after law school.
Footnote 4 of Carolene Products is the most famous footnote of all time (at least among Supreme Court Opinions). One can find footnote 4 in this book.
Great book to reference to when I have questions about something in the law. In addition it was a textbook I used in class
Way too long; I enjoy a scholarly debate on incorporation as much as most, but there is no need for this many cases in one book.
In which we discover the sordid, racist history of this great country. America!
This is the life of a law student. Consider yourself warned.
Yale Law, 1L Fall, Constitutional Law w/ Jed Rubenfeld.
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Geoffrey Stone is Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor at The University of Chicago Law School.

Geoffrey Stone has been a member of the law faculty since 1973. From 1987 to 1993, Mr. Stone served as Dean of the Law School, and from 1993 to 2002 he served as Provost of the University of Chicago. Mr. Stone received his undergraduate degree in 1968 from the University of Pennsylvania and his
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