Constitutional Law: Cases, History, and Dialogues, 3rd edition
One of this book's distinguishing features is its series of Dialogues in which the authors debate issues relevant to the cases. In the Dialogues the authors engage both each other and the cases, and in doing so reveal their own and the Justices' methodological, ideological, and policy assumptions. Students benefit from having this information as they form their own opinions about the doctrine. The Dialogues also provide a starting point for more insightful class discussions, by presenting the material in the context of the authors' viewpoints.
Araiza, William D.; Haddon, Phoebe A.; and Roberts, Dorothy E., "Constitutional Law: Cases, History, and Dialogues, 3rd edition" (2006). Book Gallery. Book 25.