9780130832795

Cases in Constitutional Law

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    9780130832795

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    0130832790

  • Edition: 9th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-06-29
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Containing more than 130 edited Supreme Court cases and commenting on over 1,000 more, this best-selling, all inclusive casebook details how the Supreme Court interprets the Constitution, and follows the growth and change in U.S. laws over periods of time. Focuses first on cases that deal with the basic structure of the United States government, and then explores those that deal with the right of individuals against government. Precedes each excerpt from the Court's opinion with notes placing it in its social, economic, or political context to help readers see how the meaning of the Constitution has changed over time, and what factors have directed this evolution. Features diverse case studies which enable readers to follow the dramatic change in personnel of the court and the impassioned nature of the divisions between the justices. Now includes 1998 Supreme Court decisions, plus highlights new cases on separation of powers and federalism--two doctrinal areas that have experienced major development in the last two decades. For professionals in law, political scientists, and history.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
PART I UNITED STATES GOVERNMENTAL STRUCTURE
The Supreme Court and the Nature of the Constitution
1(40)
Amending the Constitution
1(7)
Hawke v. Smith
1(3)
Coleman v. Miller
4(4)
Judical Review: Establishment
8(6)
Marbury v. Madison
8(3)
Eakin v. Raub
11(3)
Cases and Controversies
14(27)
Muskrat v. United States
14(4)
Luther v. Borden
18(2)
Colegrove v. Green
20(2)
Baker v. Carr
22(5)
Frothingham v. Mellon
27(1)
Flast v. Cohen
28(4)
Valley Forge Christian College v. Americans United
32(9)
The Legislative Branch
41(22)
Congressional Control over the Court
41(5)
Ex parte McCardle
41(5)
Legislative Investigations
46(9)
McGrain v. Daugherty
46(4)
Barenblatt v. United States
50(5)
The Delegation of Legislative Power
55(8)
Schechter Poultry Corporation v. United States
55(4)
United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation
59(4)
The Executive Branch
63(56)
Constitutional Powers of the President
63(26)
Ex parte Milligan
63(5)
In Re Neagle
68(3)
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company v. Sawyer
71(5)
United States v. Nixon
76(4)
Nixon v. Fitzgerald
80(4)
Clinton v. Jones
84(4)
United States v. Belmont
88(1)
Political Control over Administration
89(30)
Myers v. United States
89(5)
Humphrey's Executor v. United States
94(4)
Buckley v. Valeo
98(4)
Immigration and Naturalization Service v. Chadha
102(6)
Morrison v. Olson
108(11)
The Electorate
119(52)
Citizenship
119(19)
Prigg v. Pennsylvania
119(5)
Dred Scott v. Sandford
124(4)
The Slaughter-House Cases
128(5)
Kennedy v. Mendoza-Martinez
133(5)
The Right to Vote
138(10)
Ex parte Yarbrough
138(2)
United States v. Classic
140(4)
Smith v. Allwright
144(4)
Right to Equal Representation
148(13)
Reynolds v. Sims
148(6)
Shaw v. Reno
154(7)
Defining the Federal Polity
161(10)
U.S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton
161(10)
Division of Power Between Nation and States
171(105)
Nature of National Power
171(10)
McCulloch v. Maryland
171(7)
Martin v. Hunter's Lessee
178(3)
The Nature of State Power
181(29)
Coyle v. Smith
181(4)
United States v. Butler
185(2)
Collector v. Day
187(3)
University of Illinois v. United States
190(2)
United States v. California
192(1)
National League of Cities v. Usery
192(4)
Garcia v. San Antonio Metro
196(5)
Gregory v. Ashcroft
201(4)
Printz v. United States
205(5)
Federal Power to Tax and to Spend
210(10)
Hylton v. United States
210(3)
Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Company
213(2)
Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Company
215(2)
South Dakota v. Dole
217(3)
Federal Commerce Power
220(43)
Gibbons v. Ogden
220(4)
Cooley v. The Board of Wardens of the Port of Philadelphia
224(3)
Edwards v. California
227(3)
United States v. E.C. Knight Co.
230(2)
The Shreveport Case. Houston, East & West Texas Ry. Co. v. United States
232(3)
Hammer v. Dagenhart
235(3)
Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States
238(3)
NLRB v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.
241(4)
Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States
245(5)
Katzenbach v. McClung
250(3)
United States v. Darby
253(3)
United States v. Lopez
256(7)
War and Treaty Powers
263(13)
Woods v. Miler
263(3)
United States v. Verdugo-Urquidez
266(7)
Missouri v. Holland
273(3)
PART II PROTECTION AGAINST GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY
The Original Constitution's Guarantees of Rights
276(14)
Ex Post Facto Laws
276(2)
Calder v. Bull
276(2)
Bills of Attainder
278(6)
United States v. Brown
278(6)
The Contract Clause
284(6)
The Dartmouth College Case: The Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward
284(6)
The Nationalization of the Bill of Rights
290(97)
Early Efforts to Extend the Bill of Rights to the States
290(2)
Barron v. Baltimore
290(2)
Substantive Due Process and the Police Power
292(15)
Munn v. Illinois
292(4)
Nebbia v. New York
296(3)
Lochner v. New York
299(4)
West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish
303(4)
Criminal Procedure and the Bill of Rights
307(9)
Hurtado v. California
307(3)
Powell v. Alabama
310(4)
Palko v. Connecticut
314(2)
Due Process as Fundamental Fairness
316(22)
Betts v. Brady
316(5)
Gideon v. Wainwright
321(4)
Rochin v. California
325(2)
Irvine v. California
327(2)
McKeiver v. Pennsylvania
329(5)
DeShaney v. Winnebago Soc. Serv.
334(4)
Substantive Due Process Revisited
338(39)
Griswold v. Connecticut
338(3)
Roe v. Wade
341(5)
Bowers v. Hardwick
346(4)
Planned Parenthood v. Casey
350(13)
Washington v. Glucksberg
363(12)
Vacco v. Quill
375(2)
The Bargaining away of Constitutional Rights
377(10)
Wyman v. James
377(5)
Bordenkircher v. Hayes
382(5)
First Amendment Rights
387(115)
Free Speech and Security
387(10)
Schenck v. United States
387(2)
Gitlow v. New York
389(3)
Dennis v. United States
392(5)
Free Assembly and Public Order
397(19)
Adderley v. Florida
397(5)
R.A.V. v. St. Paul
402(6)
Wisconsin v. Mitchell
408(3)
Walker v. Birmingham
411(5)
Censorship and the Right to Publish
416(31)
Near v. Minnesota
416(4)
Kingsley Books v. Brown
420(4)
Miller v. California
424(4)
New York Times Co. v. United States
428(8)
Rust v. Sullivan
436(6)
Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union
442(5)
Free Press---Fair Trial
447(7)
Richmond Newspapers, Inc. v. Virginia
447(7)
Freedom of Religion
454(18)
Murdock v. Pennsylvania
454(3)
West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette
457(5)
Employment Division v. Smith
462(6)
Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah
468(4)
Establishment of Religion
472(30)
Zorach v. Clauson
472(4)
Mueller v. Allen
476(5)
Rosenberger v. University of Virginia
481(6)
Edwards v. Aguillard
487(8)
Lynch v. Donnelly
495(7)
Equal Protection of the Laws
502(85)
How Equal is Equal? The Traditional Test
502(2)
Goesaert v. Cleary
502(2)
Strict Scrutiny
504(9)
Korematsu v. United States
504(5)
Kramer v. Union Free School District
509(4)
Intermediate Test
513(13)
San Antonio v. Rodriguez
513(7)
Plyler v. Doe
520(6)
Race Discrimination
526(34)
Batson v. Kentucky
526(3)
Shelley v. Kraemer
529(4)
Plessey v. Ferguson
533(2)
Sweatt v. Painter
535(3)
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
538(4)
Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
542(2)
Milliken v. Bradley
544(5)
Richmond v. Croson
549(11)
Discrimination Against Women
560(13)
Geduldig v. Aiello
560(4)
Mississippi University for Women v. Hogan
564(4)
United States v. Virginia
568(5)
Discrimination Against the Poor
573(7)
Maher v. Roe
573(7)
Discrimination Against Nonsuspect Groups
580(7)
Romer v. Evans
580(7)
The Power to Protect Individuals
587(19)
The Civil Rights Cases
587(3)
United States v. Guest
590(3)
South Carolina v. Katzenbach
593(5)
Boerne v. Flores
598(3)
Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Co.
601(5)
Appendix: The Constitution of the United States 606

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