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M. Nijhoff Publishers

M. Nijhoff Publishers

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Dickinson School of Law

Dickinson School of Law

Dickinson School of Law

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Princeton University Press

Princeton University Press

Princeton University Press

Though it was begun in 1905 by a Princeton graduate, Whitney Darrow, and got its start printing the school’s Alumni Weekly, unlike most university presses owned or financially supported by universities, Princeton University Press (PUP) has always been privately owned and controlled.

PUP began in rented quarters above Marsh’s drugstore on Nassau Street in Princeton, New Jersey. Charles Scribner, a trustee of the University and a New York book publisher, contributed funds and land to the start-up.

Notably, PUP authors include Theodore Roosevelt, Joseph Campbell, and Stephen Hawking. Princeton University Press’s single most popular book is The I Ching, translated by Wilhelm / Baynes, which has more than 900,000 copies in print.

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    Ministry of Justice

    Ministry of Justice

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    Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress

    Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress

    Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress

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    • Major legislation of the Congress.
    • Bills introduced and laws enacted: selected legislative statistics, 1947-1997
    • Constitutionality of retroactive tax legislation
    • Response to terrorism: legal aspects of the use of military force
    • Supreme Court review: 1988-89 term.
    • Tracking current federal legislation and regulations: a guide to basic sources
    • Select major issues before the 102d Congress, second session.
    • Bills introduced and laws enacted: selected legislative statistics, 1947-1990
    • Bills introduced and laws enacted: selected legislative statistics, 1947-1994
    • Bills introduced and laws enacted: selected legislative statistics, 1947-1996
    • Child pornography: constitutional principles and federal statutes
    • Education vouchers: constitutional issues and cases
    • A balanced budget constitutional amendment: economic issues
    • National emergency powers
    • Flag protection: a brief history and summary of recent Supreme Court decisions and proposed constitutional amendment
    • Impeachment: an overview of constitutional provisions, procedure and practice
    • A balanced budget constitutional amendment: economic issues
    • Abortion law in the aftermath of Webster
    • Ratification of amendments to the U.S. constitution
    • D.C. statehood: the historical context and recent congressional actions
    • Congressional authority to standardize national election procedures
    • The Sport Hunting Safety and Preservation act of 1991: constitutionality of H.R. 371, 102d Congress
    • Court rulings during 1990 on constitutional taking claims against the United States
    • The 1990 decennial census and the counting of illegal aliens
    • Congressional authority to standardize national election procedures
    • Use of the military to enforce civilian law: Posse Comitatus Act and other considerations
    • Federal tort reform legislation: constitutionality and summaries of selected statutes
    • The constitutional boundaries of public aid to parochial schools: an analysis of Meek v. Pittenger
    • Counting undocumented aliens in the decennial census
    • Proposed amendments to the U.S. constitution: 99th-101st Congresses (1985-1990)
    • Court rulings during 1991 on constitutional taking claims against the United States
    • The congressional pay constitutional amendment: issues pertaining to ratification
    • The Teague new rule doctrine in the lower federal courts
    • Morrison v. Olson: constitutionality of the Independent counsel law
    • Nordlinger v. Hahn: challenging the constitutionality of California’s proposition 13
    • Russia’s constitutional crisis
    • Requiring states to administer timber export ban held unconstitutional: Bd. of Natural Resources of Washington v. Brown
    • Burdening the constitutional right to travel with residency requirements as a precondition for welfare benefits eligibility
    • Weiss v. United States: the military justice system: should changes be made?
    • Ratification issues raised by the congressional pay constitutional amendment
    • Constitutional and statutory rights to health care
    • Nordlinger v. Hahn: upholding the constitutionality of California’s proposition 13
    • Contingent election: Congress elects the President and Vice President
    • Tort reform: the constitutionality of requiring alternative dispute resolution
    • The District of Columbia’s relationship to the federal government: a brief overview
    • The constitutionality of retroactive tax increases: United States v. Carlton
    • Canada’s constitutional crisis
    • District of Columbia: relationship to the federal government
    • Homosexuality and the federal constitution: a legal analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Romer v. Evans
    • United States v. Eichman: the Flag Protection Act of 1990 held unconstitutional
    • The Constitution of the United States: including the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence: a guide to obtaining papers
    • Metro Broadcasting v. FCC: the constitutionality of federally mandated minority preference policies
    • Victims’ Rights amendments: background & issues associated with proposals to amend the United States Constitution
    • Prohibiting television advertising of alcoholic beverages: a constitutional analysis
    • Legislative proposals: selected considerations for their development
    • Tobacco advertising: the constitutionality of limiting its tax deductibility
    • Minority business set-asides and the constitution: a legal analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.
    • United States Supreme Court actions regarding minority business set-asides after City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.
    • Tobacco marketing and advertising restrictions in S. 1415, 105th Congress: first amendment issues
    • Tobacco marketing and advertising restrictions in S. 1648, 105th Congress: first amendment issues
    • Present federal death penalty statutes
    • Federalism and the constitution: limits on congressional power
    • First amendment implications of the prohibition against federal funding of obscene art
    • Texas v. Johnson: flag desecration and the first amendment
    • Statutory protection of the flag: constitutional issues raised by H.R. 2978
    • Summary and preliminary analysis of the ramifications of INS v. Chadha, the legislative veto case
    • The commerce clause as a limit on congressional power to protect the environment
    • Right to a clean environment provisions in state constitutions and arguments as to a federal counterpart
    • Constitutionality of requiring sexually explicit materials on the internet to be under a separate domain name
    • Constitutional constraints on Congress’ ability to protect the environment
    • China’s accession to the World Trade Organization: legal issues
    • Line Item Veto Act unconstitutional: Clinton v. City of New York
    • Victims’ Rights amendment in the 106th Congress: overview of suggestions to amend the Constitution
    • S.J. Res. 3, 106th Congress, a proposal to amend the Constitution of the United States to protect the rights of crime victims
    • Recent cases concerning congressional standing to sue
    • Barnes v. Kline: a preliminary analysis of the pocket veto issue in the recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit
    • Legal analysis of cases since the 1980 census concerning aliens and congressional redistricting
    • Employment discrimination and the United States Congress: a constitutional analysis of pending legislation
    • Child pornography produced without an actual child: constitutionality of 108th Congress legislation
    • Legal and constitutional issues involved in Mediasat activities
    • Constitutional analysis of H.R. 4628, the “Urban Homestead Act of 1986”
    • Whether a state statute that regulated the business of insurance would be constitutional if it made the effective date of a provision contingent upon other states’ enacting similar provisions

    United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

    United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

    United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

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