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Highlights include: <BR>- a thorough historical overview, including excerpts from The Federalist<BR>- in-depth coverage of important landmarks of the Reconstruction Era, which granted federal courts power over many matters formerly left almost exclusively to state courts<BR>- a rich survey of the post-adoption evolution of federal courts doctrinesThe book's excellent pedagogy is seen in its use of: <BR>- a contextual approach<BR>- a traditional organization<BR>- thoughtfully chosen cases<BR>- copious and well-written notesTo challenge and stimulate students, review Federal Courts: Theory and Practice for use in your next course.
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