Shlomo Slonim


Anyone interested in learning more about the Constitution, its interpretation and development over the past two-plus centuries, and which issues are today the most critically divisive, will find this work to be a superb and eminently readable introduction. It is instructive and enlightening without being ponderous. The prose is crisp and straightforward, unburdened by legal jargon. There are no footnotes or endnotes. And the reader requires no legal dictionary to appreciate the thrust of the discussion at each point.

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