Barth, Alan. The Rights of Free Men. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987.
A collection of editorials, articles, excerpts from books and lectures on constitutional principles.
Biskupic, Joan and Elder Witt. The Supreme Court and Individual Rights. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1997.
A focus on the development of Supreme Court cases and individual rights.
Bragdon, Henry and John Pittenger. The Pursuit of Justice. London: The McMillan Co., 1969.
An examination of the Bill of Rights historically, as well as through Supreme Court cases.
Cushman, Robert F. Leading Constitutional Decisions. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1982.
Includes over forty edited Supreme Court cases together with introductory notes explaining the background of the cases, and the effect of the cases upon the Constitution.
Goode, Stephen. The Right of Privacy. New York: Franklin Watts, 1983.
An examination of the nature of our basic right to privacy as it has evolved through judicial decisions.
Meltzer, Milton. The Bill of Rights. New York: Harper Collins, 1990.
A history of the Bill of Rights is presented chronologically.
Nunez, Sandra and Trish Marx. The Legal Rights of Young People. Brookfield: The Millbrook Press, Inc., 1997.
A comprehensive and objective examination of the rights of children.
Pascoe, Elaine. America's Court's on Trial. Brookfield: The Millbrook Press, 1997.
An overview of our legal system and an examination of the questions that challenge it.
Persico, Deborah. Mapp v. Ohio. Springfield: Enslow Publishers, Inc. 1997.
An examination of the ideas and arguments behind this landmark case.
Schwartz, Bernard. The Law in America. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co., 1974.
An excellent reference source that includes brief descriptions of milestone cases and wonderful photographs.