Civil Liberties and the Constitution: Cases and Commentaries
This time-honored casebook explores civil liberty problems through a study of leading judicial decisions-primarily those of the United States Supreme Court-and assesses the overall political-social context in which the formulation and implementation of civil liberties policies take place. It features new cases and commentaries to enhance understanding of rights and liberties in historical and long-range perspective.
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