GOV S312L • Issues and Policies in American Government
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
This course explores how the Supreme Court has coped with legal indeterminacy in the U.S. Constitution -- the lack of knowledge of what a legal rule means and of how judges and others should apply it -- over two centuries in major areas: property, privacy, equal protection, expression, and religion.
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Gerald Gunther and Kathleen Sullivan, eds.: Constitutional Law, fifteenth edition (2004)