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State Action

This lesson covers the basic Constitutional doctrine of state action. This lesson can be used to prepare for class or as a review of Constitutional doctrine.
This lesson consists of 38 scored questions, divided into four substantive parts. The first part, State Action Basics and History, considers the basic principles and history of state action doctrine. The second part, United States Supreme Court State Action Cases, 1940-2000, treats major cases generally covered in Constitutional Law courses, casebooks, and study materials. The third section, State Action Cases After 2000, treats the most recent cases decided by the United States Supreme Court. The final section considers state action and social media, an issue that has not yet reached the United States Supreme Court.

Lesson Completion Time

45 minutes
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CST03