The Constitution Of The United States Of America by prepared By The Congressional Research Service, Library Of Congress ; Kenneth R. Thomas, Editor-in-chief ; Larry M. Eig, Managing Editor ; Henry Cohen, George Costello, Contributing Editors

Full Title: The Constitution Of The United States Of America: Analysis And Interpretation Analysis Of Cases Decided By The Supreme Court Of The United States To June 28, 2012
Author/Editor(s): United States; Kenneth R. Thomas; Larry M. Eig; Library of Congress
ISBN: 0160917352, 9780160917356
Publisher: U S Government Printing Office
Published Place: Washington
Published/Copyright Year: 2013
Language: English
Physical Description: 29 cm
LCCN: 2013362168
Series: Document / 112th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate ( Volume no. 112-9 )
Senate Document (United States. Congress. Senate) ( Volume no. 112-9 )
Edition: Centennial edition. [View All Editions]
Number of pages: 2789 (xxvi, 2789 pages)
Categories:
Constitutions > United States
Constitutional Law > United States


Content:
Public Law 91-589
Introduction to the 2012 edition
Historical note on formation of the Constitution
Constitution Of The United States of America: Literal Print
Amendments Of The Constitution Of The United States Of America
Proposed Amendments Not Ratified By The States
Constitution Of The United States of America: With Analysis
Preamble:
Purpose and effect of the Preamble
Article 1: Legislative Department:
Section 1: Legislative Powers:
Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances
Theory Elaborated and implemented
Judicial Enforcement
Bicameralism
Enumerated, Implied, Resulting, and Inherent Powers
Delegation of Legislative Power:
History of the Doctrine of Nondelegability
Nature and Scope of Permissible Delegations
Delegations to the President in Areas of Shared Authority
Delegations to States and to Private Entities
Particular Subjects or Concerns: Closer Scrutiny or Uniform Standard
Congressional Investigations
Source of the Power to Investigate
Investigations of Conduct of Executive Department
Investigations of Members of Congress
Investigations in Aid of Legislation
Sanctions of the Investigatory Power: Contempt
Section 2: House Of Representatives:
Clause 1: Congressional Districting
Elector Qualifications
Clause 2: Qualifications of Members of Congress
When the Qualifications must be Possessed
Exclusivity of Constitutional Qualifications
Clause 3: Apportionment of Seats in the House
Census Requirement
Clause 4: Vacancies
In General
Clause 5: Officers and Power of Impeachment
Section 3: Senate:
Clauses 1 and 2: Composition and Election
In General
Clauses 3-5: Qualifications, Vice President, Officers
In General
Clauses 6- 7: Trial and Judgments on impeachment
In General
Sections 4: Elections:
Clause 1: Congressional Power to Regulate
Legislation protecting Electoral Process
Clause 2: Time of Assembling
In General
Section 5: Powers And Duties Of The Houses:
Clauses 1-4: Judging Elections, Quorum, Rules, Discipline, Journal, Adjournment
Powers and Duties of the Houses
Section 6: Rights And Disabilities Of Members:
Clause 1: Compensation and Immunities of Members
Congressional Pay
Privilege From Arrest
Privilege of Speech or Debate
Clause 2: Disabilities of Members
Appointment to Executive Office
Incompatible Offices
Section 7: Legislative Process:
Clause 1-3: Legislative Process
Revenue Bills
Approval by the President
Veto Power
Presentation of Resolutions
Section 8: Powers Of Congress:
Clause 1: Power to Tax And Spend
Kinds of Taxes Permitted
Purposes of Taxation
Spending For the General Welfare
Social Security Act Cases
Conditional Grants-in-Aid
Earmarked Funds
Debts of the United States
Clause 2: Borrowing Power
Clause 3: Power to Regulate Commerce
Purposes Served by the Grant
Definition of Terms
Illegal Commerce
Interstate Versus Foreign Commerce
Instruments of Commerce
Congressional Regulation of Waterways
Congressional Regulation of Land Transportation
Congressional Regulation of Commerce as Traffic
Congressional Regulation of Production and Industrial Relations: Antidepression Legislation
Acts of Congress Prohibiting Commerce
Commerce Clause as a Source of National Police Power
Commerce Clause As a Restraint On State Powers
State Taxation and Regulation: The Old Law
State Taxation and Regulation: The Modern Law
Foreign Commerce and State Powers
Concurrent Federal and State Jurisdiction
Commerce With Indian Tribes
Clause 4: Naturalization and Bankruptcies
Naturalization and Citizenship
Aliens
Bankruptcy
Clauses 5 and 6 Money
Fiscal and Monetary Powers of Congress
Clause 7: Post Office
Postal Power
Clause 8: Copyrights and Patents
Origins and Scope of the Power
Patentable Discoveries
Procedure in Issuing Patents
Nature and Scope of the Right Secured for Copyright
Power of Congress Over Patents and Copyrights
Copyright and the First Amendment
State Power Affecting Patents and Copyrights
Trade-Marks and Advertisements
Clause 9: Creation of Courts
In General
Clause 10: Maritime Crimes
Piracies, Felonies, and Offenses Against the Law of Nations
Clauses 11-14: War Power
Source and Scope
Declaration of War
Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces
War Legislation
Constitutional Rights In Wartime
Clauses 15 and 16: Militia
Militia Clauses
Clause 17: District of Columbia; Federal Property
Seat of the Government
Authority Over Places Purchased
Duration of Federal Jurisdiction
Reservation of Jurisdiction by States
Clause 18: Necessary and Proper Clause
Scope and Operation
Definition of Punishment and Crimes
Chartering of Banks
Currency Regulations
Power to Charter Corporations
Courts and Judicial Proceedings
Special Acts Concerning Claims
Maritime Law
Section 9: Powers Denied To Congress:
Clause 1: Importation of Slaves
In General
Clause 2: Habeas Corpus Suspension
In General
Clause 3: Bills of Attainder and Ex Post Facto Laws
Bills of Attainder
Ex Post Facto Laws
Clause 4: Taxes
Direct Taxes
Clause 5: Duties on exports from States
Taxes On Exports
Clause 6: Preference to Ports
No Preference Clause
Clause 7: Appropriations and Accounting of Public Money
Appropriations
Payment of Claims
Clause 8: Titles of Nobility; Presents
In General
Section 10: Powers Denied To The States:
Clause 1: Treaties, Coining Money, Impairing Contracts, Etc
Clause 2: Duties on Exports and Imports
Duties On Exports or Imports
Clause 3: Tonnage Duties, Keeping Troops, Making Compacts, War
Tonnage Duties
Keeping Troops
Interstate Compacts
Background of Clause
Subject Matter of Interstate Compacts
Consent of Congress
Grants of Franchise to Corporations by Two States
Legal Effect of Interstate Compacts
Article 2: Executive Department:
Section 1: President:
Clause 1: Powers and Term of the President
Nature and Scope of Presidential Power
Tenure
Clauses 2-4: Election
Electoral College
Clause 5: Qualifications
Clause 6: Presidential Succession
Clause 7: Compensation and Emoluments
Clause 8: Oath of Office
Section 2: Powers And Duties Of The President:
Clause 1: Commander-in-Chiefship; Presidential Advisers; Pardons
Commander-In-Chief
Martial Law and Constitutional Limitations
Presidential Advisers
Pardons and Reprieves
Clause 2: Treaties and Appointment of Officers
Treaty-Making Power
Treaties as Law of the Land
Constitutional Limitations of the treaty Power
Interpretation and Termination of Treaties as International compacts
Indian Treaties
International Agreements Without Senate Approval
Executive Establishment
Appointments and Congressional Regulation of Offices
Stages of Appointment Process
Removal Power
Presidential Aegis: Demands for Papers
Clause 3: Vacancies during Recess of Senate
Recess Appointments
Section 3: Legislative, Diplomatic, and Law Enforcement Duties Of The President
Legislative Role of the President
Conduct of Foreign Relations
President As Law Enforcer
Protection of American Rights of Person and Property Abroad
President Action In the Domain of Congress: the Steel Seizure Case
Presidential Immunity From Judicial Direction
Commissioning Officers
Section 4: Impeachment:
Impeachment

Article 3: Judicial Department:
Section 1: Judicial Power, Courts, Judges:
Organization of Courts, Tenure, and Compensation of Judges
One Supreme Court
Inferior Courts
Compensation
Courts of Specialized Jurisdiction
Legislative Courts
Noncourt Entities in the Judicial Branch
Judicial Power
Characteristics and Attributes of Judicial Power
Finality of Judgment as an Attribute of Judicial Power
Judicial Immunity from Suit
Ancillary Powers of Federal Courts
Contempt Power
Sanctions Other Than Contempt
Power to Issue Writs: The Act of 1789
Congressional Limitation of the Injunctive Power
Rule-Making Power and Powers Over Process
Appointment of Referees, Masters, and Special Aids
Power to Admit and Disbar Attorneys
Sections 2: Judicial Power And Jurisdiction:
Clause 1: Cases and Controversies; Grants of Jurisdiction
Judicial Power and Jurisdiction-Cases and Controversies
Judicial Review
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court and Inferior Federal Courts
Suits Affecting Ambassadors, Other Public Ministers, and Consuls
Cases of Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction
Cases to Which the United States Is A Party
Suits Between Two or More States
Controversies Between a State and Citizens of Another State
Controversies Between Citizens of Different States
Controversies Between Citizens of the Same State Claiming Land Under Grants of Different States
Controversies Between a State, or the Citizens Thereof, and Foreign States, Citizens, or Subjects
Clause 2: Original And Appellate Jurisdiction
Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
Power of Congress to Control the Federal Courts
Theory Reconsidered
Federal-State Court Relations
Clause 3: Trial by Jury
In General
Section 3: Treason:
Clause 1: Definition and Limitations
Treason
Clause 2: Punishment
Corruption of the Blood and Forfeiture
Article 4: States' Relations:
Section 1: Full Faith And Credit:
Sources and effect of Full Faith and Credit
Private International Law
Judgments: effect to be given in Forum State
In General
Jurisdiction: A Prerequisite to Enforcement of Judgments
Divorce Decrees: Domicile as the Jurisdictional Prerequisite
Other Types of Decrees
Penal Judgments: Types Entitled to Recognition
Fraud as a Defense to suits on Foreign Judgments
Recognition of Rights Based Upon Constitutions, Statutes, Common Law
Development of the Modern Rule
Full Faith and Credit: Miscellany
Scope of Powers of Congress Under Provision
Judgments of Foreign States
Section 2: Interstate Comity:
Clause 1: State Citizenship: Privileges and Immunities
Origin and Purpose
How Implemented
Citizens of Each State
All Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the Several States
Discrimination in Private Rights
Access to Courts
Taxation
Clause 2: Interstate Rendition
Duty to Surrender Fugitives From Justice
Fugitive From Justice Defined
Procedure for Removal
Trial of Fugitives After Removal
Clause 3: Fugitives from Labor
Section 3: Admission Of New States ; Property Of United States:
Clause 1: Admission of New Stats to Union
Doctrine of the Equality of States
Clause 2: Property of the United States
Property and Territory: Powers of Congress
Section 4: Obligations Of United States To States:
Guarantee of Republican Form of Government
Article 5: Mode Of Amendment:
Amendment of the Constitution
Scope of the Amending Power
Proposing a Constitutional Amendment
Proposals by Congress
Convention Alternative
Ratification
Authentication and Proclamation
Judicial Review Under Article 5
Article 6: Prior Debts, National Supremacy, Oaths Of Office:
Clause 1: Validity of Prior Debts and engagements
Prior Debts
Clause 2: Supremacy of the Constitution, Laws and Treaties
National Supremacy
Marshall's Interpretation of the National Supremacy Clause
Task of the Supreme Court Under the Clause: Preemption
Operation of the Supremacy Clause
Obligation of State Courts Under the Supremacy Clause
Supremacy Clause Versus the Tenth Amendment
Federal Instrumentalities and Personnel and State Police Power
Doctrine of Federal Exemption From State Taxation
Summation and Evaluation
Clause 3: Oath of Office
Oath of Office
Power of Congress in Respect to Oaths
National Duties of State Officers
Article 7: Ratification
Amendments To The Constitution
First through Tenth Amendments:
Bill Of Rights:
History
Formulation and Adoption
Bill of Rights and the States
Fourteenth Amendment
First Amendment: Religion And Expression:
Religion
Overview
First Amendment: Religion And Expression:
Religion:
Overview:
Scholarly commentary
Court tests applied to Legislation Affecting Religion
Government Neutrality in Religious Disputes
Establishment of Religion:
Financial Assistance to Church-Related Institutions
Governmental Encouragement of Religion in Public Schools: Released Time
Governmental Encouragement of Religion in Public Schools: Prayers and Bible Reading
Governmental Encouragement of Religion in Public Schools: Curriculum Restriction
Access of Religious Groups to School Property
Tax Exemptions of Religious Property
Exemption of Religious Organizations from Generally Applicable Laws
Sunday Closing Laws
Conscientious Objection
Regulation of Religious Solicitation
Religion in Governmental Observances
Religious Displays on Government Property
Miscellaneous
Free Exercise of Religion:
Belief-Conduct Distraction
Mormon Cases
Jehovah's Witnesses Cases
Free Exercise Exemption from General Governmental Requirements
Religious Test Oaths
Religious Disqualification
Freedom of Expression-Speech and Press:
Adoption and Common Law Background
Freedom of Expression: The Philosophical Basis
Freedom of Expression: Is There a Difference Between Speech and Press
Doctrine of Prior Restraint:
Injunctions and the Press in Fair Trial Cases
Obscenity and Prior Restraint
Subsequent Punishment: Clear and Present Danger and Other Tests:
Clear and Present Danger
Adoption of Clear and Present Danger
Contempt of Court and Clear and Present Danger
Clear and Present Danger Revised: Dennis
Balancing
Absolutist View of the First Amendment, With a Note on "Preferred Position"
Modern Tests and Standards: Vagueness, Overbreadth, Strict Scrutiny, Intermediate Scrutiny, and Effectiveness of Speech Restrictions
Is There a Present Test
Freedom of Belief:
Flag Salute and Other Compelled Speech
Imposition of Consequences for Holding Certain Beliefs
Right of Association:
Political Association
Conflict Between Organization and Members
Maintenance of National Security and the First Amendment:
Punishment of Advocacy
Compelled Registration of Communist Party
Punishment for Membership in an organization That Engages in Proscribed Advocacy
Disabilities Attaching to Membership in Proscribed Organizations
Employment Restriction and Loyalty Oaths
Legislative Investigations and the First Amendment
Interference With War Effort
Suppression of Communist Propaganda in the Mails
Exclusion of Certain Aliens as a First Amendment Problem
Material Support of Terrorist Organizations
Particular Government Regulations that Restrict Expression
Government as Employer: Political and Other Outside Activities
Government as Employer: Free Expression Generally
Government as Educator
Government as Regulator of the Electoral Process: Elections and Referendums
Government as Regulator of the Electoral Process: Lobbying
Government as Regulator of Labor Relations
Government as Investigator: Reporter's Privilege
Government and the Conduct of Trials
Government as Administrator of Prisons
Government and Power of the Purse
Governmental Regulation of Communications Industries
Commercial Speech
Taxation
Labor Relations
Antitrust Laws
Broadcast Radio and Television
Governmentally Compelled Right of Reply to Newspapers
Cable Television
Government Restraint of Content of Expression
Seditious Speech and Seditious Libel
Fighting Words and Other Threats to the Peace
Threats of Violence Against Individuals
Group Libel, Hate Speech
Defamation
False Statements
Invasion of Privacy
Emotional Distress Tort Actions
Right of Publicity Tort Actions
Publication of Legally Confidential Information
Obscenity
Child Pornography
Non-obscene But Sexually Explicit and Indecent Expression
Speech Plus: Constitutional Law of Leafleting, Picketing, and Demonstrating
Public Forum
Quasi-Public Places
Picketing and Boycotts by Labor Unions
Public Issue Picketing and Parading
Leafleting, Handbilling, and the Like
Sound Trucks, Noise
Door-to-Door Solicitation and Charitable Solicitation
Problem of Symbolic Speech
Rights of Assembly and Petition
Background and Development
Cruikshank Case
Hague Case

Second Amendment: Bearing Arms:
In General
Third Amendment: Quartering Soldiers
In General
Fourth Amendment: Search And Seizure:
Search and Seizure
History and Scope of the Amendment
History
Scope of the Amendment
Interest Protected
Arrests and Other Detentions
Searches and Inspections in Noncriminal Cases
Searches and Seizure pursuant to warrant
Issuance by Neutral Magistrate
Probable Cause
Particularity
First Amendment Bearing on Probable Cause and Particularity
Property Subject to Seizure
Execution of Warrants
Valid Searches And Seizures Without Warrants
Detention Short of Arrest: Stop and Frisk
Search Incident to Arrest
Vehicular Searches
Vessel Searches
Consent Searches
Border Searches
Open Fields
Plain View
Public Schools
Government Workplace
Prisons and Regulation of Probation and Parole
Drug Testing
Electronic Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment
Olmstead Case
Federal Communications Act
Nontelephonic Electronic Surveillance
Berger and Katz Cases
Warrantless "National Security" Electronic Surveillance
Enforcing the fourth Amendment: The Exclusionary Rule
Alternatives to the Exclusionary Rule
Development of the Exclusionary Rule
Foundations of the Exclusionary Rule
Narrowing Application of the Exclusionary Rule
Operation of the Rule: Standing
Fifth Amendment: Rights Of Persons:
Indictment by Grand Jury
Double Jeopardy
Development and Scope
Reprosecution Following Mistrial
Reprosecution Following Acquittal
Acquittal by Jury
Acquittal by the Trial Judge
Trial Court Rulings Terminating Trial Before Verdict
Reprosecution Following Conviction
Reprosecution After Reversal on Defendant's Appeal
Sentence Increases
For the Same Offence
Legislative Discretion as to Multiple Sentences
Successive Prosecutions for the same Offense
Same Transaction Problem
Self-Incrimination
Development and Scope
Power to Compel Testimony and Disclosure
Immunity
Required Records Doctrine
Reporting and Disclosure
Confessions: Police Interrogation, Due Process, and Self-Incrimination
Common Law Rule
McNabb-Mallory Doctrine
State Confession Cases Before Miranda
From the Voluntariness Standard to Miranda
Miranda v Arizona
Operation of the Exclusionary Rule
Supreme Court Review
Procedure in the Trial Courts
Due Process
History and Scope
Scope of the Guaranty
Procedural Due Process
Generally
Administrative Proceedings: A Fair Hearing
Aliens: Entry and Deportation
Judicial Review of Administrative or Military Proceedings
Substantive Due Process
Discrimination
Congressional Police Measures
Congressional Regulation of Public Utilities
Congressional Regulations of Railroads
Taxation
Retroactive Taxes
Deprivation of property: Retroactive Legislation
Bankruptcy Legislation
Right to Sue the Government
Congressional Power to Abolish Common Law Judicial Actions
Deprivation of Liberty: Economic Legislation
National Eminent Domain Power
Overview
Public Use
Just Compensation
Interest
Rights for Which Compensation Must Be Made
Consequential Damages
Enforcement of Right to Compensation
When Property Is Taken
Government Activity Not Directed at the Property
Navigable Waters
Regulatory Takings
Sixth Amendment: Rights Of Accused In Criminal Prosecutions:
Criminal Prosecutions:
Coverage
Right to a Speedy and Public Trial
Speedy Trial
Source and Rationale
Application and Scope
When the right is Denied
Public Trial
Right to Trial by Impartial Jury
Jury Trial
Attributes and Function of the Jury
When the Jury trial Guarantee Applies
Impartial Jury
Place of Trial: Jury of the Vicinage
Notice of Accusation
Confrontation
Compulsory Process
Assistance of Counsel
Absolute Right to Counsel at Trial
Historical Practice
Development of Right
Limits on the Right to Retained Counsel
Effective Assistance of Counsel
Self-Representation
Right to Assistance of Counsel in Nontrial Situations
Judicial Proceedings Before Trial
Custodial Interrogation
Lineups and Other Identification Situations
Post-Conviction Proceedings
Noncriminal and Investigatory Proceedings
Seventh Amendment: Civil Trials
Trial by Jury in Civil Cases
Right and the Characteristics of the Civil Jury
History
Composition and Functions of Civil Jury
Courts in Which the Guarantee Applies
Waiver of the Right
Application of the Amendment
Cases "at Common Law"
Continuing Law-Equity distinction
Procedures Limiting Jury's Role
Directed Verdicts
Jury Trial Under the Federal Employer's Liability Act
Appeals from State Courts to the Supreme Court
Eighth Amendment: Further Guarantees In Criminal Cases:
Excessive Bail
Excessive Fines
Cruel and unusual Punishments
Style of Interpretation
Application and Scope
Capital Punishment
General Validity and Guiding Principles
Implementation of Procedural Requirements
Limitations on Capital Punishment: Proportionality
Limitations on capital Punishment: Diminished Capacity
Limitations on Capital Punishment: Equality of Application
Limitations on Habeas Corpus Review of Capital Sentences
Proportionality
Prisons and Punishment
Limitation of the Clause to Criminal Punishments
Ninth Amendment: Unenumerated Rights:
Tenth Amendment: Reserved Powers:
Reserved Powers:
Scope and Purpose
Effect of Provision on Federal Powers
Federal Taxing Power
Federal Police Power
Federal Regulations Affecting State Activities and Instrumentalities
Eleventh Amendment: Suits Against States:
State Immunity:
Purpose and Early Interpretation
Expansion of the Immunity of the States
Nature of the States' Immunity
Suits Against States
Consent to Suit and Waiver
Congressional Withdrawal of Immunity
Suits Against State Officials
Tort Actions Against State Officials
Twelfth Amendment: Election Of President:

Thirteenth Amendment: Slavery And Involuntary Servitude:
Sections 1 and 2
Abolition of Slavery
Origin and Purpose
Peonage
Situations in Which the Amendment Is Inapplicable
Fourteenth Amendment: Rights Guaranteed: Privileges And Immunities Of Citizenship, Due Process, And Equal Protection:
Section 1: Rights Guaranteed
Fourteenth Amendment and States' Rights
Citizens of the United States
Privileges or Immunities
Due Process of Law
Generally
Definitions
Rise and Fall of Economic Substantive Due Process: Overview
Regulation of Labor Conditions
Regulation of Business Enterprises: Price Controls
Regulation of Public Utilities and Common Carriers
Regulation of Businesses, Corporations, Professions, and Trades
Protection of State Resources
Ownership of Real Property: Rights and Limitations
Health, Safety, and Morals
Vested and Remedial Rights
State Control over Local Units of Government
Taxing Power
Jurisdiction to Tax
Procedure in Taxation
Eminent Domain
Fundamental Rights (Noneconomic Substantive Due Process)
Procedural Due Process: Civil
Procedure Which Is Due Process
Jurisdiction
Power of the States to Regulate Procedure
Procedural Due Process: Criminal
Equal Protection of the Laws
Traditional Equal Protection: Economic Regulation and Related exercises of the Police Powers
Taxation
Police Power Regulation
Other Business and Employment Relations
Equal Protection and Race
Overview
Education
Juries
Capital Punishment
Housing
Other Areas of Discrimination
Affirmative Action: Remedial Use of Racial Classifications
New Equal Protection
Classifications Meriting Close Scrutiny
Illegitimacy
Fundamental Interests: The Political Process
Right to Travel
Marriage and Familial Relations
Sexual Orientation
Poverty and Fundamental Interests: The Intersection of Due Process and Equal Protection
Section 2: Apportionment of Representation
Apportionment of Representation
Sections 3 and 4: Disqualification and Public Debt
Section 5: Enforcement
Enforcement
Generally
State Action
Congressional Definition of Fourteenth Amendment Rights
Fifteenth Amendment: Rights Of Citizens To Vote:
Sections 1 and 2
Abolition of Suffrage Qualifications on Basis of Race
Adoption and judicial enforcement
Adoption
Judicial View of the Amendment
Grandfather Clauses
White Primary
Literacy tests
Racial Gerrymandering
Congressional Enforcement
State Action
Federal Remedial Legislation
Sixteenth Amendment: Income Tax:
Income Tax
History and Purpose of the Amendment
Income Subject to Taxation
Income Tax
History and Purpose of the Amendment
Income Subject to Taxation
Corporate Dividends: When Taxable
Corporate Earnings: When Taxable
Gains: When Taxable
Income from Illicit Transactions
Deductions and exemptions
Diminution of Loss
Seventeenth Amendment: Popular Election Of Senators:
Eighteenth Amendment: Prohibition Of Intoxicating Liquors
Nineteenth Amendment: Women's Suffrage Rights
Twentieth Amendment: Terms Of President, Vice President, Members Of Congress: Presidential Vacancy
Twenty-First Amendment: Repeal Of Eighteenth Amendment:
Sections 1-3
Repeal of Eighteenth Amendment
Effect of Repeal
Scope of Regulatory Power conferred upon the States
Discrimination between Domestic and Imported Products
Regulation of Transportation and "Through" Shipments
Regulation of Imports Destined for a Federal Area
Foreign Imports, Exports; Taxation, Regulation
Effect of Section 2 upon Other Constitutional Provisions
Effect on Federal Regulation
Twenty-Second Amendment: Presidential Tenure
Twenty-Third Amendment: Presidential Electors For The District Of Columbia
Twenty-Fourth Amendment: Abolition Of The Poll Tax Qualification In Federal Elections
Twenty-Fifth Amendment: Presidential Vacancy, Disability, And Inability
Twenty-Sixth Amendment: Reduction Of Voting Age Qualification
Twenty-Seventh Amendment: Congressional Pay Limitation
Acts Of Congress Held Unconstitutional In Whole Or In Part By The Supreme Court Of The United States
State Constitutional And Statutory Provisions And Municipal Ordinances Held Unconstitutional Or Held To Be Preempted By Federal Law
Supreme Court Decisions Overruled By Subsequent Decision
Table Of Cases
Index.
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United States, Kenneth R. Thomas, Larry M. Eig, and Library of Congress. The Constitution Of The United States Of America: Analysis And Interpretation Analysis Of Cases Decided By The Supreme Court Of The United States To June 28, 2012. Washington: U S Government Printing Office, 2013.