A People S History Of The Supreme Court

Author: Peter Irons
Publisher: Penguin
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A comprehensive history of the people and cases that have changed history, this is the definitive account of the nation's highest court Recent changes in the Supreme Court have placed the venerable institution at the forefront of current ...

The Political Science Toolbox

Author: Stephen E. Frantzich
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The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. New York:
Oxford University Press, 2005. Irons, Peter H., and Howard Zinn. A People's
History of the Supreme Court: The Men and Women Whose Cases and Decisions
Have Shaped Our Constitution. New York: Penguin Books, 2006. McCloskey,
Robert G., The American Supreme Court. 4th ed., revised by Sanford Levin- son.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005. Neubauer, David W., and Stephen S
. Meinhold ...

Michigan Law Review

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Legal Behavior AN APPEALING ACT: WHY PEOPLE APPEAL IN CIVIL CASES.
By Scott Barclay. Ev- anston: Northwestern University Press. ... Political
Philosophy A THEORY OF JUSTICE, REVISED EDITION. By John Rawls.
Cambridge: The Bel- knap Press of ... Supreme Court A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF
THE SUPREME COURT: THE MEN AND WOMEN WHOSE CASES AND
DECISIONS HAVE SHAPED OUR CONSTITUTION. By Peter Irons. New York:
Viking Penguin. 1999.

The New Age Magazine

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The House thus represents the people directly on the basis of population, while
the Senate represents the states on the basis of "state equality as autonomous
communities." He further quotes Lord ... Since the Supreme Court began, there
have been nearly 47,000 cases that have come before it. Of this number a little
less ... One query which the merely casual reader might pose will be something
like this: "Doesn't every sensible man and woman want peace? If that is so, then
where is ...

Senior High School Library Catalog

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Although the concept of 'stare decisis', that is, standing by decided matters, is one
of the maxims of the American legal system, numerous instances can be found in
which long-standing decisions have been revised, upset, and accommodated to
changing times and ways. Ernst examines the 200-year history of these reversals
of legal precedent by the Supreme Court and spotlights those cases he believes
to be particularly relevant today. Censorship, women's rights, segregation, and ...

Documents Of American History

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Thus only will the "general welfare" clause of our Constitution become a vital
force for progress, instead of remaining a mere phrase. This also applies to the
police powers of the government. Make it perfectly clear that on every point of this
kind it is your intention that the people shall decide for themselves how far the
laws to achieve their purposes shall go, and that their decision shall be binding
upon every citizen in the State, official or non-official, unless, of course, the
Supreme Court ...

Documents Of American History

Author: Henry Steele Commager
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Thus only will the "general welfare" clause of our Constitution become a vital
force for progress, instead of remaining a mere phrase. This also applies to the
police powers of the government. Make it perfectly clear that on every point of this
kind it is your intention that the people shall decide for themselves how far the
laws to achieve their purposes shall go, and that their decision shall be binding
upon every citizen in the State, official or non-official, unless, of course, the
Supreme Court ...

The Southwestern Reporter

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In Leach's Case, 36 Tex. Cr. R. 248, 36 S. W. 471, we held that the legislature did
not have authority to confer jurisdiction upon city courts to try violations of the
Penal Code of the state. The same proposition was reaffirmed in Ex parte Knox (
Tex. Cr. App.) 39 S. W. 670; and in the latter case it was further held that the
legislature had no authority to confer upon corporation courts ex officio
jurisdiction as justices of the peace. Since the rendition of those decisions, Our
Supreme court seem ...

Educational Film Video Locator Of The Consortium Of University Film Centers And R R Bowker

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DONT BE SILLY: A CASE FOR EQUAL RIGHTS DAY IN THE NIGHT OF
JONATHAN MOLE DECISION FOR JUSTICE DELEGATES AND EVENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION DEMOCRACY — EQUALITY OR
PRIVILEGE ... STATE AND THE NATION STATE CONSTITUTIONS: THE SCOPE
AND BASIC STRUCTURE OF POWER STATES' RIGHTS THE STORY OF A
TRIAL THE STORY OF A TRIAL (Revised edition) SUPREME COURT TAKE
THIS WOMAN TO FORM A ...

Congressional Record

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Now, therefore, be it Resolved, That the House of RepresentativesQ) observes
the 40th Anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Loving v. ... Mr.
Speaker, I ask *nimous consent that all Members may have 5 legislative days to
revise ... In June of 1958, two residents of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Mildred
Jeter, a black Native American woman, and Richard Perry Loving, a Caucasian
man, were married in Washington, D.C. Upon their return to Virginia, Richard
Perry Loving ...