The courts, the Constitution, and parties; studies in constitutional history and politics.
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|JK1541 .M3 1972|
Constitutional history -- United States.
Courts -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government.
vii, 299 pages 22 cm.
The power of a court to declare a law unconstitutional -- The significance of political parties -- Political parties and popular government -- Social compact and constitutional construct -- A written Constitution in some of its historical aspects.
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