Federal Constitutional Law, Volume 4

Federalism Limitations on State and Federal Power

Second Edition

by Scott W. Gaylord, Christopher R. Green, Lee J. Strang

Tags: Constitutional Law, Federal Constitutional Law Series, Introduction to Law

Teacher's Manual available

288 pp

ISBN 978-1-5310-0646-4
eISBN 978-1-5310-0647-1

Volume Four of Federal Constitutional Law shows how the principles of federalism have shaped many aspects of constitutional law, including the scope of federal powers and both restrictions on and protections for state autonomy, and how federalism has found new traction in the twenty-first century.

Like other volumes in the Modular Casebook Series, Federalism Limitations on State and Federal Power provides extensive historical background for the cases and materials, focuses students on the key arguments employed by the Supreme Court, and follows each case with detailed suggested questions that engage students in the reading and prompt robust classroom discussion.

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