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Nowak & Rotunda's Hornbook on Constitutional Law

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Edition: 8th ed., 2010
Author(s): Nowak, Rotunda


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The authoritative coverage in thisHornbook Series: Constitutional Law analyzes the constitutional issues that are studied and litigated today. This text presents the origins of judicial review and federal jurisdiction, and the sources of national authority.

This book also discusses federal commerce and fiscal powers. Overviews individual liberties and due process. In addition, it covers freedom of speech and religion.
Throughout the book, there are summations of the Supreme Court's work and evaluations of the judicial process.

Features and Benefits:
Summarizes basic principles of constitutional law;
Constitution of the United States included;
Table of cases.

Table of Contents includes:
The Origins of Judicial Power;
Federal Jurisdiction;
Sources of National Authority;
The Federal Commerce Power;
Federal Fiscal Powers;
International Affairs;
The President and Congress;
The Commerce Clause and Restrictions on State Regulatory Powers;
Federal Regulation and State Authority Individual Liberties - An Overview;
Substantive Due Process;
State Action;
Procedural Due Process - The Requirement of Fair Adjudicative Procedures;
Equal Protection;
Congressional Enforcement of Civil Rights;
Freedom of Speech;
Freedom of Religion.

Every attorney should have at least a small personal library of fundamental legal reference books to see them through their career. Hornbooks are the perfect foundation on which to build your own legal library as they represent comprehensive yet affordable reference tools covering over 75 legal topic areas. Don’t wait- start your library now!


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Format Hardcover
Author Nowak, Rotunda
ISBN 9780314195999
Edition 8th ed., 2010
Publisher West