Origins of the Fifth Amendment by Leonard W. Levy

This book explores the history and origins of the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which protects individuals from self-incrimination among other rights. The author delves into the legal, political, and social contexts that led to the amendment's creation, providing a comprehensive analysis of its significance in the American legal system. The book also examines the amendment's influence on the concept of individual rights and its impact on subsequent legal developments.

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