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Understand better what you’re learning in Constitutional Law class and prepare effectively for exams by applying concepts as you learn them. This study guide includes over 150 multiple-choice and short-answer questions arranged topically for ease of use during the semester, plus an additional set of 40 questions comprising a comprehensive “practice exam.”
For each multiple-choice question, Professors McGreal and Eads provide a detailed answer that indicates which of four options is the best answer and explains thoroughly why that option is better than the other three options. Each short-answer question is designed to be answered in fifteen minutes or less. For these questions, Professors McGreal and Eads provide a thoughtful, comprehensive, yet brief model answer.
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Table of contents
TOPIC 1: Justiciability: Standing
TOPIC 2: Justiciability: Mootness
TOPIC 3: Justiciability: Ripeness
TOPIC 4: Justiciability: Political Question
TOPIC 5: Justiciability Generally
TOPIC 6: Separation of Powers: Principles
TOPIC 7: Separation of Powers: Nondelegation Doctrine
TOPIC 8: Separation of Powers: Legislative Power
TOPIC 9: Separation of Powers: Executive Power Generally
TOPIC 10: Separation of Powers: The Appointment Power
TOPIC 11: Separation of Powers: The Removal Power
TOPIC 12: Separation of Powers: Executive Privilege
TOPIC 13: Separation of Powers: Presidential Immunity
TOPIC 14: Separation of Powers: Executive Power Over Foreign Policy Matters
TOPIC 15: Separation of Powers: War Powers
TOPIC 16: Separation of Powers: Presidential Impeachment
TOPIC 17: Congressional Power: Commerce Clause
TOPIC 18: Congressional Power: Spending Clause
TOPIC 19: Congressional Power: Enforcement of the Fourteenth Amendment
TOPIC 20: Congressional Power: Treaty Power
TOPIC 21: Congressional Power: War Power
TOPIC 22: Congressional Power: Taxing Clause
TOPIC 23: Federalism: Limits on Federal Power
TOPIC 24: Federalism: Dormant Commerce Clause
TOPIC 25: Federalism: Article IV Privileges and Immunities
TOPIC 26: Federalism: Preemption
TOPIC 27: Federalism: Intergovernmental Tax Immunity
TOPIC 28: Federalism: General Limits on State Power
TOPIC 29: Substantive Due Process: Incorporation of the Bill of Rights
TOPIC 30: Substantive Due Process: Economic Substantive Due Process
TOPIC 31: Substantive Due Process: Non-Economic Substantive Due Process
TOPIC 32: Procedural Due Process: Defining a Property Interest
TOPIC 33: Procedural Due Process: Taking the Bitter with the Sweet Doctrine
TOPIC 34: Procedural Due Process: What Process is Due?
TOPIC 35: Procedural Due Process: Defining a Liberty Interest
TOPIC 36: Privileges and Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment
TOPIC 37: Equal Protection : Tiers of Scrutiny
TOPIC 38: Equal Protection : Rational Basis Review
TOPIC 39: Equal Protection : Gender
TOPIC 40: Equal Protection : Race
TOPIC 41: Equal Protection : Legitimacy
TOPIC 42: Equal Protection : Alienage
TOPIC 43: Equal Protection : Fundamental Rights
TOPIC 44: Equal Protection : Age
TOPIC 45: Free Speech: Offensive Speech
TOPIC 46: Free Speech: Hate Speech
TOPIC 47: Free Speech: Political Speech
TOPIC 48: Free Speech: Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions
TOPIC 49: Free Speech: Expressive Association
TOPIC 50: Free Speech: Commercial Speech
TOPIC 51: Religion Clauses: Free Exercise Clause
TOPIC 52: Religion Clauses: Establishment Clause
TOPIC 53: State Action: General Principles
TOPIC 54: State Action: Public Function Rule
TOPIC 55: State Action: Significant State Involvement
TOPIC 56: Takings Clause
TOPIC 57: Contract Clause
PRACTICE FINAL EXAM