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Constitutional Law: Themes for the Constitution's Third Century, 4th

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With its distinctively contemporary focus, this book uses cutting-edge issues in constitutional law to introduce students to the ongoing debates about the Supreme Court and its proper role in American society. This edition includes the latest decisions on the War on Terror, gay marriage, federalism, property rights, free speech, and discrimination law. It also includes enr ...more
Hardcover, 1314 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Gale Cengage (first published August 6th 2008)
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Read the first six chapters of this textbook for Stephen Gottlieb's Constitution law class at Albany Law School.

The text presents Constitutional Law in a very slanted and biased way. While it does a great job of summarizing methods of interpretation it really felt that while reading this book certain ways of thinking about cases were shoved into your mind. Law is not about coming to conclusions about one way to think about a case rather exploring the possible meanings of the case.

Further, the
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