An indispensable reference for students studying the Court Specifically written to engage high-school students, Studentas Guide to the Supreme Court presents a comprehensive overview of the history, traditions, and people of the highest court in the land. This one-stop source does not require any prior knowledge of the Supreme Court and covers topics that meet national high school curriculum standards. Part One consists of three informative essays: The Supreme Court: The Weakest or the Strongest Branch? How Does the President Nominate a Supreme Court Justice? Do They Matter? How Supreme Court Decisions Affect Modern American Life. Part Two is an alphabetical section of key words and legal concepts spanning abortion to writs of mandamus. The members of the current Roberts Courtaincluding Sonia Sotomayoraare profiled here, as are all chief justices and notable associate justices. Part Three complements the first two sections with a generous sampling of influential primary source documents, including landmark decisions, excerpts from justicesa papers, political cartoons, and constitutional provisions related to the Supreme Court. Key Features Easy-to-read Aligns with high school curriculum Unique three-part formatBucka#39;s Stove and Range Co. (1911), 91 Gonzales v. Carhart (2007), 36 Grady v. Corbin (1990), 99 Gratz v. ... 169a170, 259, 303a304 Luther v. Borden (1849), 46 M Malloy v. Hogan (1964), 49, 110a111 Manual Enterprises v.
|Title||:||Student's Guide to the Supreme Court|
|Author||:||Bruce J. Schulman|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2010-05-03|