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How the First Amendment Came to Protect Topless Dancing: A Citizens Guide to the Incorporation Doctrine Susan Shelley

How the First Amendment Came to Protect Topless Dancing: A Citizens Guide to the Incorporation Doctrine

Susan Shelley

Published August 8th 2011
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Kindle Edition
122 pages
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Author Susan Shelley shines a light on the inside game that has allowed the U.S. Supreme Court to seize control of state and local laws on issues from topless dancing to panhandling, from drug searches to abortion, from prison management to the deathMoreAuthor Susan Shelley shines a light on the inside game that has allowed the U.S. Supreme Court to seize control of state and local laws on issues from topless dancing to panhandling, from drug searches to abortion, from prison management to the death penalty. Read the true story of how the Supreme Court interpreted away the powers reserved to the states and replaced them with what Texas Congressman Ron Paul called the phony incorporation doctrine and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia called the biggest stretch that the Court has made.This new eBook edition contains updates on the Supreme Courts recent decisions regarding the Second Amendment right to own a gun, the First Amendment right to protest at military funerals, the Fourth Amendment defense against strip-searches in schools, and the federal court order to release over 30,000 convicted felons from California state prisons.Includes complete source notes and a bibliography.