The Supreme Court of the United States: Its Foundation, Methods, and Achievements: An Interpretation

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TABLE OF CASES CITED

A

Abrams vs. United States, 250 U. S. 616 165

Active, The, see United States vs. Judge Peters, 5 Cranch 115 4, 5

Adair vs. United States, 208 U. S. 161 94, 208

Adkins vs. Childrens' Hospital, 261 U. S. 525 94, 205, 209

Alabama vs. Georgia, 23 Howard 505 124, 125

Alicia, The, 7 Wallace 571 90

Allgeyer vs. Louisiana, 165 U. S. 578 204

Alpha Cement Co. vs. Massachusetts, 268 U. S. 203 70

American Column Co. vs. United States, 257 U. S. 377 232

American Emigrant Co. vs. County of Adams, 100 U. S. 61 72

American Tobacco Co. vs. United States, 221 U. S. 106 231

Arizona Employers' Liability Cases, 250 U. S. 400 207

Arkansas vs. Tennessee, 246 U. S. 158 125

Arver vs. United States, 245 U. S. 366 105


B

Bailey vs. Alabama, 219 U. S. 219 176

Bailey vs. Drexel Furniture Co., 259 U. S. 20 40, 92

Baldwin vs. Frank, 120 U. S. 678 90

Baltic Mining Co. vs. Massachusetts, 231 U. S. 68 70

Bank of Columbia vs. Okely, 4 Wheaton 235 189

Bank vs. Dandridge, 12 Wheaton 64 66

Barber vs. Connolly, 113 U. S. 27 217

Barron vs. Baltimore, 7 Peters 243 159

Bartels vs. Iowa, 262 U. S. 404 214

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • I- Introduction -- Foundations 1
  • II- The Court at Work -- Organization -- Methods 42
  • III- Achievements -- Cementing the Union 78
  • IV- The States and The, Nation 118
  • V- Liberty, Property and Social Justice 157
  • TABLE OF CASES CITED 243
  • Index 257
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