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Book Review: Major Problems in American Constitutional History

Whether you are an attorney or simply a student of Constitutional Law, this book is perhaps the most valuable resource you could ever add to your library. Professor Huebner has assembled a barrage of land mark cases and their effects … Continue reading

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Book Review: The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review

Larry D. Kramer has constructed a masterful work here that belongs in every American’s library. When it comes to subjects like judicial review, many author’s, themselves often constitutional attorneys, have a tendency to go out of their way to try … Continue reading

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Book Review: THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE WALL OF SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE

I believe Daniel Dreisbach, assistant professor in the Department of Justice, Law and Society at American University, is perhaps the single most underrated American historian today. Though this book, THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE WALL OF SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE is far … Continue reading

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