Constitutional Law, Poverty, Inequality


This Article argues that poverty and income inequality issues should be taught in a constitutional law course. Furthermore, it argues that these issues should not only be considered when discussing due process, equal protection, the First Amendment, but in also within the context of structural constitutional law, i.e. separation of powers and federalism.



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