Personal Freedom & Civic Duty: Set 2
The most fundamental rights of American citizens, as they apply in today's changing world, are presented in these thought-provoking titles. The foundation of a particular tenet of the Constitution is described, including the right of freedom of the press, due process, and information-age rights, and its history is traced by studying milestone court cases. Readers then learn how each right applies in the world today. This collection advances the series by offering developments in the interpretation of the Constitution in our ever-changing nation. These titles are important to readers because they illustrate how the law evolves in tandem with society.