This book considers the distribution of power in the national government and explores how the constitutional scheme of separation of powers and checks and balances grants and controls power. It examines how the American Constitution and its amendments oblige the national and state governments.
Table of Contents
About the Authors -- Preface -- Note to the Reader -- Interpretation of the Constitution -- Constitutional Adjudication -- The Judicial Power -- The Legislative Branch -- The Executive Branch -- War and Foreign Affairs -- Federalism -- The Exercise of National Power -- The Exercise of State Power -- The Constitution and Native American Tribes -- The Contract Clause -- Economic Due Process and the Takings Clause -- The Constitution of the United States of America -- Justices of the Supreme Court
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