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Uncertain justice : the Roberts court and the constitution

Author: Laurence H Tribe; Joshua Matz
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First EditionView all editions and formats
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An assessment of how the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts is significantly influencing the nation's laws and reinterpreting the Constitution includes in-depth analysis of recent rulings and their implications.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence H Tribe; Joshua Matz
ISBN: 9780805099096 0805099093
OCLC Number: 869552566
Description: 401 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Prologue : Uncertain Justice --
Equality : Are We There Yet? --
Health Care : Liberty on the Line --
Campaign Finance : Follow the Money --
Freedom of Speech : Sex, Lies, and Video Games --
Gun Rights : Armed and Dangerous --
Presidential Power : Hail to the Chief --
Privacy : What Have You Got to Hide? --
Rights for Sale : Discounting the Constitution --
Making Rights Real : Access to Justice --
Epilogue : The Court and the Constitution.
Responsibility: Laurence Tribe, Joshua Matz.

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From Citizens United to its momentous rulings regarding Obamacare and gay marriage, the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts has profoundly affected American life. Yet the court remains a  Read more...
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"Tribe and Matz set out to portray the Roberts court in what they see as its messy complexity. It is no doubt difficult to write with clarity about uncertainty, but Tribe and Matz largely succeed. Read more...

 
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