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Stephens, Scheb and Glennon, American Constitutional Law, 6th ed.

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American Constitutional Law,6th edition, is a two-volume set covering the entire range of topics in constitutional law. Volume I, "Sources of Power and Restraint," addresses issues of presidential, congressional, and judicial power, as well as questions of state versus national authority and problems of interstate relations. Volume II, "Civil Rights and Liberties," embraces issues of personal freedom and legal and political equality.

 

VOLUME I: SOURCES OF POWER AND RESTRAINT

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: An Introduction to the U.S.Constitution
  • Chapter 2: The Supreme Court in the Constitutional System
  • Chapter 3: Congress and the Development of National Power
  • Chapter 4: Constitutional Underpinnings of the Presidency
  • Chapter 5: The Administrative State and the Complexities of Modern Governance
  • Chapter 6: The Dynamics of the Federal System
  • Appendix A. The Constitution of the United States of America
  • Appendix B. Chronology of Justices of the Supreme Court
  • Appendix C. Supreme Court Justices by Appointing President, State and Political Party
  • Appendix D. Glossary
  • Appendix E. Internet Resources

VOLUME II: CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Constitutional Sources of Civil Rights and Liberties
  • Chapter 2: Property Rights and Economic Freedom
  • Chapter 3: Expressive Freedom and the First Amendment
  • Chapter 4: Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations
  • Chapter 5: The Constitution and Criminal Justice
  • Chapter 6: Personal Autonomy and the Constitutional Right of Privacy
  • Chapter 7: Equal Protection and the Antidiscrimination Principle
  • Chapter 8: Elections, Representation and Voting Rights
  • Appendix A. The Constitution of the United States of America
  • Appendix B. Chronology of Justices of the Supreme Court
  • Appendix C. Supreme Court Justices by Appointing President, State and Political Party
  • Appendix D. Glossary
  • Appendix E. Internet Resources