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by Jamin B Raskin

eBook We the Students: Supreme Court Cases For and About Students, 3rd Edition Hardbound Edition (We the Students (Cloth)) download ISBN: 0872897605
Author: Jamin B Raskin
Publisher: CQ Press; Third edition (July 23, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1838 kb
Fb2: 1839 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Subcategory: Social Sciences

We the Students book. Published July 23rd 2008 by CQ Press (first published April 2000).

We the Students book. We the Students: Supreme Court Decisions for and About Students. 0872897605 (ISBN13: 9780872897601).

Raskin, a constitutional law professor, puts that right, along with several others, into context, highlighting Supreme Court cases that affect students and schools.

Bibliographic Details The book’s freshly updated design facilitates student comprehension with new features such as legal definitions in the margin, a "Dissenting Voices".

Bibliographic Details Publisher: CQ Press. Publication Date: 2008. This unique reference has introduced countless students to the field of legal studies by studying Supreme Court issues that directly affect young people. The book’s freshly updated design facilitates student comprehension with new features such as legal definitions in the margin, a "Dissenting Voices" section to provide context for minority judicial opinions, new exercises, and much more.

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We the Students Supreme Court Cases for and about Students.

3. Description this book An introduction to constitutional law collects and analyzes Supreme Court cases handed down about high school students. com/?book 1568025718 An introduction to constitutional law collects and analyzes Supreme Court cases handed down about high school students.

Xviii, 333 p. : 26 cm. "Cosponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society. Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-319) and index

Xviii, 333 p. 315-319) and index.

This unique reference has introduced countless students to the field of legal studies by studying Supreme Court issues that directly affect young people. For this third edition, CQ Press worked directly with educators to retain the best features of the previous editions while updating and further refining the material, including a significantly expanded treatment of Equal Protection and discrimination. The book’s freshly updated design facilitates student comprehension with new features such as legal definitions in the margin, a "Dissenting Voices" section to provide context for minority judicial opinions, new exercises, and much more.
Comments: (4)
Goltizuru
My granddaughter is very interested in the supreme court, so I thought this book would be a great start to start. She is 12 but reads at high school level.
Vizil
I'm chair of the ACLU of Connecticut, and we're looking for ways to help civics teachers engage high school students in thinking about how the Bill of Rights affects them. Jamie Raskin has presented a variety of topics with relevant court cases and commentary, and suggestions for leading classroom discussions or homework. I had the 2d edition; now find the third is even better.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
This book offers young people an in-depth look at Supreme Court cases that are relevant to them. Raskin's method of sharing these cases is done in a manner that is very engaging to students. There are plenty of descriptions, photos, interviews and follow-up questions at the end for the readers to think about. I would highly recommend this edition of We The Students.
Fenritaur
It reads like a middle school text book. Some dissenting opinions have been paraphrased to the point where they don't even make any sense. Stick with Wikipedia.