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American Constitutional Law: Powers and Liberties 5E

Summary of Contents

Contents 
Preface to the Fifth Edition 
Preface to the Fourth Edition 
Preface to the Third Edition 
Preface to the Second Edition 
Preface to the First Edition 
The Constitution of the United States 

PART I THE ROLE OF THE COURTS IN CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION 
Chapter 1.  Judicial Review and Constitutional Structure 
Chapter 2.  Doctrines Limiting the Scope of Judicial Review 
PART II ENFORCING THE CONSTITUTIONAL ALLOCATION OF GOVERNMENT POWER 
Chapter 3.  The Limits of Federal Legislative Power: Judicially or Politically Enforceable Federalism? 
Chapter 4.  Limiting the Scope of State Power over Interstate Commerce 
Chapter 5.  Separation of Powers 
PART III INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS: LIMITS ON THE USE OF GOVERNMENTAL POWER 
Chapter 6.  Due Process 
Chapter 7.  Economic Rights: The Takings and Contracts Clauses 
Chapter 8.  Equal Protection 
Chapter 9.  Free Expression of Ideas 
Chapter 10. The Religion Clauses 
Chapter 11. State Action and the Power to Enforce Constitutional Rights Chapter 12. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms 

Table of Cases 
Index