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Each of the more than 450 entries, arranged in encyclopedic A-to-Z format, helps explain in understandable language how the Supreme Court of the United States and its justices have contributed to American democracy. Important additions and revisions in the third edition include: Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist presiding over the impeachment trial of President William Clinton; How and why the presidential election of 2000 was decided in the Supreme Court; Supreme Court security in the wake of terrorists attacks; Expanded coverage of the First Amendment, privacy, equal protection, and federalism cases that have reached the Court; The Rehnquist Court Legacy. Entries range from short definitions to a series of thematic essays exploring landmark cases, justices of the Supreme Court, constitutional principles, legal topics, and other broad areas. Tables that provide historical detail, an extensive bibliography, useful research tools and tips, cross-references within articles, and a detailed index make The Supreme Court A to Z, Third Edition, the first resource your patrons reach for.