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Introduction Chapter 1: What Made the Constitution: Revolution and Confederation Chapter 2: Federalism vs. Nationalism at the Philadelphia Convention Chapter 3: Selling the Constitution Chapter 4: Judges: Power Hungry from the Beginning Chapter 5: The Imperial Judiciary: It Started with Marshall Chapter 6: Undoing Marshall-and Undoing the Union Chapter 7: The War for Southern Independence as a Constitutional Crisis Chapter 8: The Pro-Segregation Supreme Court Chapter 9: The Court versus FDR Chapter 10: The Grand Wizard's Imperial Court Chapter 11: The Court on Pornography, Crime, and Race Chapter 12: The Court's Brave New World: From Affirmative Action to Sodomy Conclusion Notes Index
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Constitutional law -- United States.
Constitutional history -- United States.
United States. Supreme Court.
Judges -- United States.