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1. Primary Materials for the course[edit | edit source]

Material on Constitutional Law[edit | edit source]

Oliver Wendell Holmes "The Path of the Law"

Comparison of the Covenant of the League of Nations to the UN Charter

Federalist papers

Marbury v. Madison

Background on Marbury v. Madison

Background on Federalist paper 10

Background on Federalist paper 51

McCullough v Maryland

Calder v Bull

State v Post

Dred Scott v Sanford

Background on Dred Scott v Sanford

Missouri ex rel Gaines v Canada

Plessy v Ferguson

Background on Plessy v Ferguson

Background on Reconstruction in the South

Brown v Board of Education

Craig v Boren

Korematsu v United States

Slaughterhouse Cases

Lochner v New York

Roe v Wade

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA v Casey

Cherokee Nation v Georgia

Worcester v Georgia

United States v Sioux Nation of Indians

MINNESOTA V. MILLE LACS BAND OF CHIPPEWAINDIANS

MERRION v. JICARILLA APACHE TRIBE

ATKINSON TRADING CO. V. SHIRLEY


Material on International Law[edit | edit source]

Grotius on the Law of The Law of War and Peace

Immanuel Kant, Perpetual Peace

Charter of the United Nations

Security Council Home Page

International Court of Justice

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Milosevic (IT-02-54) "Kosovo, Croatia and Bosnia"


2. Secondary Materials[edit | edit source]

Material on Constitutional Law:[edit | edit source]

Material on International Law:[edit | edit source]

Comparison of the Covenant of the League of Nations to the UN Charter

Human Rights Library at the University of Minnesota

Human Rights Watch

Comparative Constitutional Law Center at the University of Chicago

Sanderson Beck, "Grotius on International Law"

Judge Koroma on the history of the International Court of Justice

Wikipedia entry on Nicaragua_v._United_States

Doing Research on Indigenous Peoples in International Law

STUDY GUIDE: The Rights of Indigenous Peoples


Material on Legal History:[edit | edit source]

wiki on Roman Law


Rights of Indigenous Peoples[edit | edit source]

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