Written in non-legal language, The Supreme Court Yearbook contains
easy to access summaries of all cases handed down in the term to
give readers essential coverage of the Court's decisions,
activities, and impact on American life.
This new edition of The Supreme Court Yearbook has been
redesigned to provide comprehensive information on the 1998-1999
term in a highly readable style that brings students and interested
citizens a quick understanding of the cases, events, trends,
procedures, and people that shaped the Supreme Court's most recent
Readers will find capsule summaries of every opinion written
during the recent term; plus an in-depth and engaging analysis that
highlights the legal, social and political implications of the
term's most significant cases; discussions of the justices' voting
patterns; and previews of significant issues of the upcoming
Excerpts from the term's major decisions, a glossary of legal
terms, brief biographies of the justices, and an explanation of how
the Court works provide further information on the people and
procedures involved in the nation's highest court.
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