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Author Panchyk, Richard
Title Our Supreme Court : A History with 14 Activities
Imprint Chicago : Chicago Review Press, 2007
©2007
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Descript 1 online resource (209 pages)
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Series For Kids series
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Foreword by Senator John Kerry -- Author's Note -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction by Nadine Strossen,President, American Civil Liberties Union -- 1 The Founding of the Court -- interview: Dick Thornburgh -- interview: Edwin Meese III -- Activity: Be a Court Stenographer -- Activity: Select Your Supreme Court -- interview: Arlen Specter -- interview: James Sensenbrenner Jr.\ -- 2 Politics and Power -- interview: Benjamin Civiletti -- Activity: Make a Supreme Court Scrapbook -- interview: William Ruckelshaus -- interview: Kenneth Starr -- interview: James A. Baker III -- interview: David Boies (part 1) -- interview: Ralph Nader -- 3 Free Speech -- Activity: Is It Protected Speech? -- interview: Morley Safer -- interview: John Tinker -- Activity: Use Symbolic Speech -- interview: Cathy Kuhlmeier Frey -- interview: Kurt Vonnegut -- interview: Tim Miller -- interview: Seth Waxman (part 1) -- 4 Freedom of Religion -- interview: Lillian Gobitis Klose -- interview: Gathie Barnette Edmonds -- interview: Jim McCollum -- interview: Steven Engel -- interview: Donna Schempp and Ellery Schempp -- Activity: I Don't Want to Pledge -- interview: Walter Dellinger -- 5 Civil Rights -- interview: Victoria Jean Benson -- interview: Griffin B. Bell -- Activity: Be a Courtroom Artist -- interview: Jane Roe -- interview: Mario Cuomo -- 6 Criminal Justice and the Right to Privacy -- Activity: Search and Seize -- interview: Dollree Mapp -- interview: Walter Mondale -- interview: Seth Waxman (part 2) -- Activity: Act Out an Arrest -- interview: Rudolph Giuliani -- 7 Regulation of Business -- interview: Michael Dukakis -- Activity: Stage a Bakery Protest -- interview: William Barr -- interview: Robert Reich -- interview: Robert Morgenthau -- 8 Property Rights -- Activity: Are Zoning Laws Constitutional? -- interview: Theodore Olson
Activity: Put a Trademark to the Test -- interview: David Boies (part 2) -- Activity: Accidental Infringement -- interview: Lawrence Lessig -- Afterword by James A. Baker III, former U.S. Secretaryof State -- Resources -- Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States 179 -- First Through Fifteenth Amendments to the United StatesConstitution -- Glossary -- Web Sites -- Bibliography -- Interview Sources -- Index
This lively and comprehensive activity book teaches young readers everything they need to know about the nation's highest court. Organized around keystones of the Constitution—including free speech, freedom of religion, civil rights, criminal justice, and property rights—the book juxtaposes historical cases with similar current cases. Presented with opinions from both sides of the court cases, readers can make up their own minds on where they stand on the important issues that have evolved in the Court over the past 200 years. Interviews with prominent politicians, high-court lawyers, and those involved with landmark decisions—including Ralph Nader, Rudolph Giuliani, Mario Cuomo, and Arlen Specter—show the personal impact and far-reaching consequences of the decisions. Fourteen engaging classroom-oriented activities involving violations of civil rights, exercises of free speech, and selecting a classroom Supreme Court bring the issues and cases to life. The first 15 amendments to the Constitution and a glossary of legal terms are also included
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Panchyk, Richard Our Supreme Court : A History with 14 Activities Chicago : Chicago Review Press,c2007 9781556526077
Subject United States. -- Supreme Court -- Juvenile literature.;United States. -- Supreme Court -- Interviews.;United States. -- Supreme Court.;Constitutional law -- United States -- Juvenile literature.;Constitutional law -- United States
Electronic books
Alt Author Kerry, Senator John
Baker, James
Strossen, Nadine
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