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TitleAmerican constitutional law
Author by Laurence H. Tribe
Imprint Mineola, N.Y. : Foundation Press, 1978
Descript lxix, 1204 p. ; 27 cm

CONTENT

Approaches to constitutional analysis -- Model I-the model of separated and divided powers -- Federal judicial power -- Federal executive power -- Federal legislative power: congressional authority and the implications of state sovereignty -- Federalism-based limits on state and local power: regulation and taxation of commerce, federal supremacy, and problems of interstate discrimination -- Direct protection of individuals and groups: models beyond the separation and division of power -- Model II-the model of implied limitations on government: the rise and fall of contractual liberty -- Model III-the model of settled expectations: uncompensated takings and contract impairments -- Model IV:-the model of governmental regularity: ex post facto laws, bills of attainder, and procedural due process -- Model V-the model of preferred rights: liberty beyond contract -- Rights of communication and expression -- Rights of political participation -- Rights of religious autonomy -- Rights of privacy and personhood -- Model VI-the model of equal protection -- Model-VII-toward a model a structural justice? -- The Problem of state action


Constitutional United States -- Constitutional law

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Law Library (3rd Floor)K/US.910 T731a 1978CHECK SHELVES

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