The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties: How the Court Has Protected the Bill of Rights

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THE SUPREME COURT AND CIVIL LIBERTIES
How The Court Has Protected The Bill of Rights

By OSMOND K. FRAENKEL

Introduction by JOSEPH O'MEARA Dean, Notre Dame Law School

Published for the American Civil Liberties Union in its 40th anniversary year

OCEANA PUBLICATIONS, INC. NEW YORK

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  • Title Page *
  • Table of Contents i
  • Introduction iii
  • Preface vii
  • The Bill of Rights 9
  • In Time of War or Civil Disturbance 14
  • Freedom of Expression 30
  • Freedom of Assembly 65
  • Freedom of Religion 66
  • Education 71
  • Voting 72
  • The Right to Travel 74
  • Citizenship 75
  • Aliens 77
  • Due Process 82
  • Searches and Seizures 99
  • Indictment 105
  • Self-Incrimination 106
  • Double Jeopardy 112
  • Jury Problems 115
  • Confrontation 116
  • The Right to Counsel 117
  • Cruel and Unusual Punishment 121
  • Labor Relations 121
  • Congressional and Legislative Committees 137
  • Procedural Problems 142
  • Leading Cases 149
  • Index to Subjects and Cases 169
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