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Fallon Richard H. The Dynamic Constitution: An Introduction to American Constitutional Law - Cambridge University Press, 2004. Download
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In this book Harvard law professor Richard H. Fallon, Jr., introduces nonlawyers to the workings of American Constitutional Law. He writes with clarity and vigor about leading constitutional doctrines and issues, including the freedom of speech, the freedom of religion, the guarantee of equal protection, rights to fair procedures, and rights to privacy and sexual autonomy. 
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Preface page xi Prologue: Bush v. Gore xv
Introduction: The Dynamic Constitution 1
History 2
Original Constitutional Design 4
The Constitution as Higher Law: Foundations of Judicial Review 9
Marbury v. Madison: An Enduring Symbol of Judicial Power 10 Politics and Judicial Review 14
A Preliminary Perspective on How the Supreme Court Interprets the Constitution 16
A Brief History of Judicial Review 19
An Outline of What Is to Come 26
Part I: Individual Rights Under the Constitution 1 Freedom of Speech 31
The Foundations of Modern Doctrine 32
Proximate Origins of Modern Doctrine 34
Expressive Conduct 42
Shocking and Offensive Speech 44
Remaining Unprotected Categories, Including Obscenity 45
Commercial Speech 48
The Broadcast Media 51
Freedom to Associate and Not to Associate 53
Concluding Note 55
2 Freedom of Religion 57
Introduction to the Establishment Clause 59
Religion in the Public Schools 61
Governmental Aid to Religious Institutions 63
The Free Exercise Clause 67
Voluntary Governmental Accommodations of Religion 71
Tensions Between the Free Exercise and Establishment Clauses 72
3 Protection of Economic Liberties 75
Early History 76
The Fourteenth Amendment 78
Substantive Due Process 81
Modern Contracts Clause Doctrine 86
The Takings Clause 87
Concluding Thoughts 89
4 Rights to Fair Procedures 91
Procedural Rights in Criminal Cases 92
Time, Elections, and Change 97
The Law on the Books versus the Law in Practice 98
Procedural Rights in Civil Cases 100
Due Process in Administrative Proceedings 101
5 Equal Protection of the Laws 106
Equal Protection and the Constitution 109
Rational Basis Review 111
Race and the Constitution: Invidious Discrimination 114
Race and the Constitution: Disparate Impact 122
Affirmative Action 123
Gender and the Constitution 129
Discrimination Against Homosexuals 133
Conclusion 136
6 Fundamental Rights 138
The Idea of Fundamental Rights 140
Sexual Privacy or Autonomy 142
Roe v. Wade and Abortion Rights 144
Gay Rights 147
Rights Involving Death and Dying 151
Fundamental Rights Involving the Family 152
Conclusion 154

Part II: The Constitutional Separation of Powers 7 The Powers of Congress 157
Elements of “The Original Understanding” 160
Doctrinal and Conceptual History 162
Crisis and Revision 164
The Rehnquist Court: A Shift of Direction?
166 Congressional Regulation of State and Local Governments 168
The Spending Power 171 Concluding Thoughts 172
8 Executive Power 173
The Youngstown Case 174 Foreign Affairs 177
Delegated Power in Domestic Affairs 178
Legislative Vetoes and Line-Item Vetoes 180
Appointments and Removals 184
9 Judicial Power 189
The Character of Judicial Power 191
Anxieties About Judicial Power 194
Limits on Judicial Power 200
Part III: Further Issues of Constitutional Structure and Individual Rights 10 Elections, Political Democracy, and the Constitution 207
Voting Rights: The “One-Person, One-Vote” Cases 210
Beyond “One-Person, One-Vote” 212 Majority–Minority Districting 214
Equality in the Counting of Votes 216 Ballot Access 218
Campaign Speech and Finance Regulation 220 Conclusion 224
11 Structural Limits on State Power and Resulting Individual Rights 225
How Federal Power and Federal Law Can Restrict State Power 226 The Privileges and Immunities Clause 227
The “Dormant” Commerce Clause 231 The States as “Market Participants” 234
Conclusion 235
12 The Constitution in War and Emergency 237
The Power to Initiate War
240 Federal Powers During Wartime 242
War and Individual Rights 243
The Constitution and the “War” on Terrorism 247
Some Categorical Limits on Constitutional Rights 249
Conclusion 252
13 The Reach of the Constitution and Congress’s Enforcement Power 254
State Action Doctrine 254 The Paucity of “Positive” Fundamental Rights 257
Congressional Power to “Enforce” the Reconstruction Amendments 262
14 Conclusion 269
Appendix: The Constitution of the United States

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