Con Law AmarOutline-2002

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Constitutional Law - according to Akhil Amar Fall 2002 By: The Resnikistas ConLaw Outline Note on Useage : This document was created to be viewed with the Document Map at Level 2 (broad strokes of the course) and Level 4 (at level of cases studied) Alternate between these levels by right-clicking on the map. 1. Open the Document Map on the menu: View Document Map. You should now have a split screen, with the map on the left that helps to navigate the doc. 2. Right-click on the Document Map section (left) and click on Show Heading Level 2 . Showing Level 6 or 7 in the document map for the entire document (which will be the default) will almost certainly be too much information for the document map to be useful; however, when you are viewing a specific section of the doc, clicking on the + (plus sign) in the DocMap to show level 6 and/or 7 for that section is helpful for navigation purposes.- 1 -2 Table of Contents: Constitutional Law . .................................................................................................................................... 1 Table of Contents: ................................................................................................................................... 2 I INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW .................................................................................................. 5 A. The Document Itself ........................................................................................................................... 5 The United States Constitution ............................................................................................................ 5 Differences between Articles of Confederation (AoC) and the Const: .............................................. 25 B. The Document and the Doctrine Akhil Amar ................................................................................ 26 1) Intro .......................................................................................................................................... 26 2) Theory and History .................................................................................................................. 27 3) Cases and Controversies (in 1999-2000 term) ......................................................................... 37 4) Conclusion (p133) ................................................................................................................... 37 C. The Bank of the United States: A Case Study (Chapter 1) ................................................................ 39 McCulloch v. Maryland (SupCt., 1819) ............................................................................................ 39 Freedom of Expression and States Rights in the Late 18th Century: The Sedition Act of 1798 .................................................................................................................. 44 II CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE...
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