Although the Supreme Court is charged with providing a stable interpretation of the Constitution, its membership changes, bringing fresh perspectives to dusty precedents. This book examines how the changing Supreme Court has handled this paradox in the past forty years, deciding issues of abortion, civil rights, due process, capital punishment, and religion.

The Changing Supreme Court 2000, Franklin Watts, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780531112243

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