One of the nation's leading constitutional law professors, Tribe looks at the extent to which American laws depend on hints and clues from the Constitutional Convention rather than on the document itself. In the latest volume of Oxford's Inalienable Rights series, Tribe examines some central constitutional debates. (SqueakyChu)
Abortion: The Clash of Absolutes 102 copies, 2 reviews
The Invisible Constitution 99 copies, 2 reviews
Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution 91 copies, 9 reviews
American Constitutional Law 90 copies, 2 reviews
To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment 57 copies, 7 reviews
On Reading the Constitution 49 copies
Constitutional Choices 42 copies
Liberty For All 1 copy
A Matter of Interpretation: Federal Courts and the Law (Contributor) 280 copies, 2 reviews
American Government: Readings and Cases (Contributor, some editions) 210 copies, 2 reviews
Reason and Passion: Justice Brennan's Enduring Influence (Contributor) 15 copies
Sources: Notable Selections in American Government (Contributor) 9 copies
It is a Constitution We Are Expounding: Collected Writings on Interpreting… (Foreword) 8 copies
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