The Supreme Court in American Society: Equal Justice Under Law

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Kermit L. Hall
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Počet stran: 788
The Supreme Court in American Society serves as a powerful reminder of how important the Court has been to American life, how central a role it has played in interpreting the rule of law against a constantly evolving social order, and how much it has mirrored the controversies, debates, and political struggles of American History.
 

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Introduction
277
on the Supreme Court Appointment Process
283
Reconstruction and the Waite Court
17
Civil Liberties and the American Supreme Court
58
On the Warren Court and Judicial Review
72
The Role of the Supreme Court in American History
97
A Comment on Roe v Wade
134
The Supreme Court in Periods of Critical Realignment
220
The Origins and Historical Understanding
385
The Ten Greatest Justices
495
States Rights and the Origins of the Supreme Courts Power
563
Racist Speech Democracy and the First Amendment
577
The Birth Order Oddity in Supreme Court Appointments
639
The Integrity of Holmes Jurisprudence
647
The Supreme Court the Equal Proptection Clause
687
A Theory of U S Constitutional History
762

The Supreme Court as Republican Schoolmaster
235
The Origins of Franklin D Roosevelts CourtPacking Plan
268
Old and
343
Acknowledgments
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