For an upper-level undergraduate course in American Constitutional Law. Cases in Constitutional Law offers an absorbing and insightful examination of the nation's fundamental charter and the way constitutional law has developed over two centuries. This best-selling, all-inclusive casebook contains more than 130 edited Supreme Court cases, comments on over 1,000 cases, and examines other related cases to help students see growth and change in the law and to invite criticism of the law's development. Balanced in coverage, it focuses first on cases that deal with the basic structure of the United States government and then explores those that deal with the rights of individuals against government.