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Unformatted text preview: Topics in this chapter: Discussed in: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Article: 8. To Secure the Blessings of Liberty: The Making of the Constitution, Forrest McDonald, The World & I , September 1987 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question While today many laud the Constitution of the United States, as this article shows, putting it together was no easy task. Article: 9. Your Constitution Is Killing You, Daniel Lazare, Harpers , October 1999 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question Gun control is one of the most controversial issues of our time. Daniel Lazare analyzes the U.S. Constitutions Second Amendment with regard to the right to bear arms. This issue has a very direct financial impact on corporate America, not only for gun manufacturers but also for gun retailers. Article: 10. Supreme Courts Rulings Threaten Free Speech, Jonathan D. Wallace, USA Today Magazine (Society for the Advancement of Education) , March 1999 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question The Constitutions First Amendment right of free speech is examined in the context of the media and communications industry. Recent cases and their impact are Jonathan Wallaces central focus in this piece. Article: 11. Separating Judicial Power, David P. Currie, Law and Contemporary Problems , Summer 1998 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question David Currie recounts important constitutional controversies that have arisen surrounding the issue of judicial independence. How should judges be held accountable without sacrificing independence? Article: 12. The Fight Aint Over, Debra Baker, ABA Journal , August 1999 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question The Equal Rights Amendment was first introduced in 1923, and almost a century later proponents are still trying to enact it into law. ETHICS Article: 3. Courting Stupidity: Why Smart Lawyers Pick Dumb Jurors, Walter K. Olson, Reason , January 2003 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question Why is it that some people are rejected for jury duty by the attorneys while others are not? Its because the lawyer wants to win his case. Article: 8. To Secure the Blessings of Liberty: The Making of the Constitution, Forrest McDonald, The World & I , September 1987 View in: Acrobat | HTML | Test Your Knowledge Form | Quiz Question While today many laud the Constitution of the United States,...
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