Constitutional Law

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  1. Book ImageThe End of Inequality: One Person, One Vote and the Transformation of American Politics

    Stephen Ansolabehere, James M. Snyder, Jr.

    The End of Inequality takes a close look at Baker v. Carr, the pivotal Supreme Court case that established the right to equal representation in state legislatures for every American.More

  2. Book ImageStrangers on a Hill: Congress and the Court

    Ross K. Baker

    When Ross K. Baker's House and Senate first appeared in 1989, it became an instant favorite among students and instructors for its engaging and highly accessible description of congressional processes.More

  3. Book ImageConstitutional Law and Politics: Struggles for Power and Governmental Accountability

    David M. O'Brien

    Ninth Edition / Volume(s): 1

    A topical and comprehensive look at the cases that have shaped our nation.More

  4. Book ImageSupreme Court Watch 2013: An Annual Supplement

    David M. O'Brien

    Published annually, Supreme Court Watch includes excerpts and analysis of the most influential cases of the last term.More

  5. Book ImageConstitutional Law and Politics: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

    David M. O'Brien

    Ninth Edition / Volume(s): 2

    A topical and comprehensive look at the cases that have shaped our nation.More

  6. Book ImageStorm Center: The Supreme Court in American Politics

    David M. O'Brien

    Tenth Edition

    An inside look at the workings of the Supreme Court written by a top scholar and commentator.More

  7. Book ImageSupreme Court Watch 2014: An Annual Supplement

    David M. O'Brien

    Published annually, Supreme Court Watch includes excerpts from and analysis of the most influential cases of the last term.More

  8. Book ImageNecessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law

    Gabriel Schoenfeld

    “Essential reading for anyone seriously interested in national security and freedom of the press.”—Leonard Downie Jr., Washington PostMore

  9. Book ImageJudicious Choices: The Politics of Supreme Court Confirmations

    Mark Silverstein

    Second Edition

    Traces the increasing contentiousness and publicity surrounding the confirmation of nominees to the Supreme Court and argues that such changes are the result of trends in the political process, the expansion of judicial power, and changes in the Senate.
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