The State Action Doctrine

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Very informative and told in a very easy way. The professor is excellent to show examples and explain points so the meaning of the Constitution becomes less difficult to understand

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Erwin is an experienced professor who has a way with the law. He explains in a way that would be easy for a lay person to understand. I hope to learn with him again in the future.

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Lecture 6 (in the series) - The Structure of the Constitution's Protection of Individual Liberties

How are individual rights protected? In this module we’ll take a look at three of the structures that protect our individual liberties: the state action doctrine, the application of the bill of rights to the states, and the levels of scrutiny principle.

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    Erwin Chemerinsky

    Dean and Distinguished Professor of Law, and Raymond Pryke Professor of First Amendment Law

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