WHY IS WORLD BOOK DAY ON APRIL 23?
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Case summaries are organized chronologically. In addition: -- each summary includes case name, citation, decision date, vote and vote alliances, author of the opinion of the Court, authors (and justices joining) of concurring and dissenting opinions-- summaries include extensive case cross-referencing to demonstrate evolving judicial decisions and historical connections-- most summaries include bibliographic references to facilitate additional research.-- summaries include at least one case from every year the Supreme Court has been making decisions.
This one-volume ready-reference is most useful to college, law school and public libraries as well as high school libraries, especially those offering AP Government & Politics. Other key features include a table of cases, a table of justices by appointment, a table of the natural courts, the U.S. Constitution, and an extensive index.
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