American Constitutional Law, Volume 1

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Foundation Press, 2000 - 1470 páginas
This textbook focuses on the Constitution's provisions for government structure and on how constitutional structure helps guarantee protection of substantive rights and liberties. It promises to be an indispensable resource for teachers, students, practicing lawyers and judges. This preeminent treatise provides a wealth of original, insightful, and influential analysis of constitutional law doctrine and policy.Professor Tribe's central concern is the Constitution itself, not the Supreme Court as an institution. While addressing relevant issues of institutional capacities and roles, he does not stop at discussing the Court as the right or wrong forum to review a particular issue and render judgment; the more crucial question is whether the judgment itself was right or wrong as an element in the living development of constitutional justice.

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Laurence H. Tribe is Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School. He frequently appears on network television and National Public Radio.

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