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Monthly Archives: April 2016

HIST315

Here is the answer key for Exam #2. Use this as a guide in your studies for the final.

LSB227

As mentioned this morning, here is an outline that should help you prepare for the final: Final Review Guide. I will be reviewing this in entirety during Mon’s & Wed’s class session.

LSB227

Here is a link to ONLY version A of the mini-exam. Use this a guide in your studies for Monday’s exam. REMEMBER: know the law first and foremost; then apply it to the facts to figure out the outcome of the case. You can not conduct proper analysis without first knowing the rule of law. […]

HIST315

The next, and potentially the last, round of cases: The Slaughterhouse cases Munn v. Illinois United States v. E.C. Knight Polloch v. Farmers Loan & trust Champion v. Ames McCray v. New York Muller v. Oregon Lochner v. New York The Shreveport Rate Case Hammer v. Dagenhart Last Essay Assignment: I want you to select […]

For anyone interested…

I frequently make the bold declaration that the Founding Fathers truly were brilliant. Proof of their brilliance is the Constitutional system created after getting it wrong on the first go around (re: with the Articles of Confederation). They recognized one simple truth: we the People can and will get it wrong when picking our leaders. […]