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Great Cases in Constitutional Law
Edited by Robert P. George

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"In this book, some of our most interesting contemporary constitutional thinkers attack those who look to the Supreme Court (or, for that matter, the Constitution) for ultimate resolution of our most basic political controversies--whether slavery in the past or affirmative action, abortion, or the right to die in the present. The essays are readily accessible to student and general reader alike and should provoke much-needed thought about the roles of the Constitution and the Court as its ostensible guardian."--Sanford Levinson, University of Texas, Austin

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