Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States

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General Index
Cross pgnumerences to cases will be found in the Index to Court Cases.
Abernathy, R. D., 297
Abraham, H. J., 3n, 4n, 6n, 8n, 10n 32n, 47n, 90n, 170n, 225n, 257n, 270n, 286n, 288n
Alexander, R. P., 89n
Alfange, D., Jr., 170n
Alien and Sedition Acts ( 1798), 137
Allport, G. W., 178
Alpert, L. M., 153n
American Bar Association
Report on Fair Trial and a Free Press, 132
study on minimum standards of criminal justice, 115
American Jewish Congress recommendations for constitutional test of Federal Aid to Education Act ( 1965), 239
amicus curide, brief, 62n, 188n
Andrews, G., 231n
Anti-K.K.K. Act ( 1871), 247n appeal, writ of, 6 arraignment, 109n
Awakel, 184
"bad tendency test" (see also expression, freedom of)
Gitlow v. New York, 162-4
Barnett, R. R., 272
Barrett, R. H., 272n basic freedoms, 6 crucial nature of, 18-19
Beaney, W. M., 159n
Beard, C. A., 6
Beth, L. P., 18n, 42n
Beveridge, A. J., 27n
Bickel, A. M., 39n
Biddle, F., 23n
Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom (Disestablishment Bill) ( 1786), 207
Bill of Rights (see alsoenumerated Amendments), 14
applicability to states, 26-78
historical background, 26-8 Barron v. Baltimore, 27-8
language of, 19-21
Bingham, J. A., 29n, 30, 37, 38, 40
Birmingham ( Ala.), 297-8
Black, H. L., 4, 9, 15, 20ff, 33ff, 60, 62ff, 66, 68, 69, 71-2, 74ff, 88, 94, 97, 98, 104, 109, 113, 124, 130n, 132n, 136, 141ff, 148n, 153ff, 166, 167, 175, 177, 188, 190, 209, 210, 212ff, 223-4, 260, 271n, 287, 292, 301n, 304ff, 309
blue ribbon jury, 116n
Boutwell, G., 31
boycotting (see race)
Bradley, J. P., 43, 254
Brandeis, L. D., 8, 11, 12, 14, 18, 23, 36, 50, 73, 85, 120n, 121, 123ff, 157, 161, 162, 164ff, 260
Brennan, W. J., 60, 64, 68ff, 73, 77, 98, 104, 109, 113, 116, 122, 130n, 142ff, 151ff, 169, 204ff, 218, 220, 225, 291n, 307, 309
Brewer, D., 10n, 256
British Privy Council, 5
Brooke, E., 243
Brown, H. B., 10, 257, 269
Brownell, H. G., 269

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