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Looking for Rights in All the Wrong Places: Why State Constitutions Contain America's Positive Rights

by Emily Zackin

Unlike many national constitutions, which contain explicit positive rights to such things as education, a living wage, and a healthful environment, the U.S. Bill of Rights appears to contain only a long list...


Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps in the Dark?

by Geoffrey R. Stone

Top Secret explores the government, the press, and the tension that has escalated between the two since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. This book addresses the executive branch's attempts to prevent...


A Question of Choice: Roe V. Wade 40th Anniversary Edition

by Sarah Weddington

The incredible story of how a twenty-seven-year-old lawyer won Roe v. Wade, and what it means forty years later.


The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State

by Bruce L. Benson

In the minds of many, the provision of justice and security has long been linked to the state. To ask whether non-state institutions could deliver those services on their own, without the aid of coercive taxation...


American Constitutional Law, Volume II: The Bill of Rights and Subsequent Amendments

by Ralph A. Rossum & G. Alan Tarr

A comprehensive core textbook and casebook that emphasizes precedent setting cases and alternative constitutional positions for courses in constitutional law and civil liberties.


American Constitutional Law, Volume I: The Structure of Government

by Ralph A. Rossum & G. Alan Tarr

A comprehensive core textbook and casebook that emphasizes precedent setting cases and alternative constitutional positions for courses in constitutional law and civil liberties.


The Serpentine Wall: The Winding Boundary between Church and State in the United States

by James F. Harris

To understand the founding of a democratic country with a unique arrangement between church and state, it is important to view that development as both a product of and a departure from what has come before....


Snob Zones: Fear, Prejudice, and Real Estate

by Lisa Prevost

An exploration of the corrosive effects of overpriced housing, exclusionary zoning, and the flight of the younger population in the Northeast

Winner of the 2014 Bruss Silver Award and First-Time Author Award...


The Persistent Advocate and the Use of Force: The Impact of the United States Upon the Jus Ad Bellum in the Post-Cold War Era

by Christian Henderson

The Persistent Advocate and the Use of Force provides a comprehensive, dispassionate empirical analysis and assessment of the discernible impact that the US has had upon the jus ad bellum in the post-Cold War...


Electoral College Reform: Challenges and Possibilities

by Gary Bugh

Why hasn't the United States reformed the Electoral College system, and how can it best do so? This volume brings together new essays by law professors and political scientists to address these questions, examining...


The Founding Fathers, Pop Culture, and Constitutional Law: Who's Your Daddy?

by Susan Burgess

This volume explores the representation of law and legitimacy in various sites of popular culture. To this end, soap operas, romance novels, tabloid newspapers, reality television, and coming out narratives...


Engineering Constitutional Change: A Comparative Perspective on Europe, Canada and the USA

by Xenophon Contiades

This volume provides a holistic presentation of the reality of constitutional change in 18 countries (the 15 old EU member states, Canada, Switzerland and the USA). The essays offer analysis on formal and informal...


That Every Man Be Armed: The Evolution of a Constitutional Right. Revised and Updated Edition.

by Stephen P. Halbrook

That Every Man Be Armed, the first scholarly book on the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, has played a significant role in constitutional debate and litigation since it was first published in 1984....


The Tangled Complexity of the Eu Constitutional Process: The Frustrating Knot of Europe

by Giuseppe Martinico

Despite the rejection of the EU Constitutional Treaty eventually leading to the adoption of the Lisbon Treaty, the debates concerning the European Union's constitutional framework continue. This book builds...


America's Unwritten Constitution: The Precedents and Principles We Live By

by Akhil Reed Amar

In America’s Unwritten Constitution, esteemed legal scholar Akhil Reed Amar presents an exploration of the various factors that we consider in the course of interpreting the Constitution, but which are not...


Too Much Free Speech?

by Randall P. Bezanson

In Too Much Free Speech?, Randall P. Bezanson takes up an essential and timely inquiry into the Constitutional limits of the Supreme Court's power to create, interpret, and enforce one of the essential rights...


Law & Governance

by N. Douglas Lewis

This book describes the nature of these changes and identifies the accountability gaps which have inevitably opened up in the absence of a written constitution or a considered Administrative Procedure Act. ...


The Religious Left and Church-State Relations

by Steven H. Shiffrin

In The Religious Left and Church-State Relations, noted constitutional law scholar Steven Shiffrin argues that the religious left, not the secular left, is best equipped to lead the battle against the religious...


Original Intent and the Framers' Constitution

by Leonard W. Levy

Rejecting the views of both left and right, Mr. Levy evaluates the doctrine of "original intent" by examining the sources of constitutional law and landmark cases. "Merciless and brilliant. In fascinating detail...Mr....


Tried and Convicted: How Police, Prosecutors, and Judges Destroy Our Constitutional Rights

by Michael D., JD Cicchini

Tried and Convicted offers a controversial look at how our constitutional rights are often circumvented by the criminal justice system with impunity. Readers interested in personal liberties and rights will...