Constitutional law : cases in context / Randy E. Barnett, Josh Blackman.
Contributor(s): Blackman, Josh [author].Material type: BookSeries: Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwer, Edition: Third edition.Description: lxi, 1780 pages ; 27 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781454892885; 1454892889.Subject(s): Constitutional law | Constitutional law -- United States | United StatesGenre/Form: Casebooks (Law) | Casebooks (Law)DDC classification: 342.73
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: the foundation of modern constitutional law -- The founding -- Foundational cases on constitutional structure: the marshall court -- The legislative power -- Enumerated powers -- Federalism limits on congressional power -- Federalism limits on state power -- The executive power -- The separation of powers -- The judicial power -- The political question doctrine -- Standing, ripeness, and mootness -- The foundation of modern constitutional rights -- Slavery, citizenship, and the due process of law -- Formative interpretations of the fourteenth amendment -- Contracting the scope of the thirteenth and fourteenth amendments -- Expanding the scope of the due process clause -- Equal protection of the law -- The equal protection of the law: discriminatio of the basis of race -- Equal protection of the law: sex discrimination and other types -- Liberty -- Modern substantive due process -- Freedoms of speech and press -- Freedom of association -- The free exercise of religion -- No law respecting an establishment of religion -- The right to keep and bear arms -- Taking private property for public use.