Book Review: The State and Federal Courts: A Complete Guide to History, Powers, and Controversy

Todd J. Wiebe

Abstract


This volume provides a very matter-of-fact overview of the American judiciary system at both the state and federal level. The first half is comprised of three “regular” book chapters covering the history and structure and fundamental roles, functions, and powers of the courts—not exactly quick reference material, but these considerable reads could actually make for suitable course material for an American Government class (high school or undergraduate level).


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5860/rusq.57.1.6463

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