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Looking for a good supplement to specifically the Paulsen Con Law Textbook (3rd ed) but if there are any that you feel strongly about please let me know.
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Chemerinsky is the gold standard. But really, you should be asking your prof.
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mazatec wrote:Chemerinsky is the gold standard. But really, you should be asking your prof.
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I read Chemerinsky and made an A- in the class. Read this book from day one when you start with Marbury V. Madison and the Term Limits case. Read this Treatise and swear by it. You will do fine with it, as others have mentioned. Make sure you buy the fifth edition. This is the newest one.
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