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INTRODUCTION  THE SUPREME COURT’S AUTHORITY AND THE FEDERAL JUDICIAL POWER   FEDERALISM AND FEDERAL POWER GENERALLY  POWERS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT; THE SEPARATION OF POWERS  TWO LIMITS ON STATE POWER: THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE AND CONGRESSIONAL ACTION  INTERGOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITIES; INTERSTATE RELATIONS  THE DUE PROCESS CLAUSE  EQUAL PROTECTION  MISCELLANEOUS CLAUSES  THE “STATE ACTION” REQUIREMENT; CONGRESSIONAL ENFORCEMENT OF CIVIL RIGHTS  FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION  FREEDOM OF RELIGION  JUSTICIABILITY 

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