Judicial jurisdiction: a reference guide to the United States Constitution

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Focusing only on those aspects of the topic that are directly tied to the provision of Article III, section 2, of the US Constitution as opposed to legislatively created issues, Baude (law, Indiana U.) examines the development of federal jurisdiction in the United States and examines jurisdiction controversies through American history into the present. About half the work is devoted to historical narrative tracing jurisdiction from the Constitutional Convention through the 1988 Supreme Court decision in Webster v. Doe, concerning the right of the courts to review an employee dismissal decision of the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. The remainder of the text is devoted to analysis of the constitutional law of federal jurisdiction. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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