The Evolving Constitution: How the Supreme Court Has Ruled on Issues from Abortion to Zoning

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Random House, 1992 - 751 pages
This unique one-volume guide to the Constitution of the United States is an easily accessible tour of the constitutional issues of the past and the present. Arranged alphabetically by topic, this essential reference contains over 1,200 lively essays which highlight background, history, and latest developments of each issue. Includes short biographies of every Supreme Court Justice, full text of the Constitution, and an index.

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The evolving Constitution: how the Supreme Court has ruled on issues from abortion to zoning

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This excellent reference work details the manner in which the U.S. Supreme Court has interpreted the Constitution for almost 200 years. A professor of law at New York Law School, Lieberman has written ... Read full review

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How to Use This Book
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How the Supreme Court Hears and Decides Cases
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The Supreme Courts 199192 Term
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