The new casebook, which is suitable for either a one or two-semester course, strives to make Constitutional Law easily teachable. The authors have selected the cases very carefully, and edited the opinions so that they are short enough to read, but not just summaries. Text boxes call the students' attention to important aspects of each opinion, and the book is filled with introductions, points for discussions, and executive summaries. The authors present a diversity of views on every subject, including originalist and non-originalist perspectives. Reflecting some of their own differences, the authors have written point-counterpoint discussions of many disputed questions.