The American Constitution
Its Origins and Development, Volume 1Book - 1991
The hallmarks of this authoritative text have been strengthened throughout: its clear exposition of judicial rulings and their significance, its even-handed discussion of larger trends in American constitutional history, and a broad approach that brings politics and social developments to bear on constitutional cases.The Seventh Edition also takes account of major constitutional developments of the 1980s: the constitutional implications of divided government-the situation in which rival parties respectively control the presidency and the Congress; the controversies over abortion, affirmative action, and issues of free speech; the general debate over original intent and constitutional change.
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c1991.
Edition: 7th ed.
Characteristics: xxiv, 361, A155 p. ;,24 cm.