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

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INDEX

A
Adair vs. United States, 208
Adams, John, President, appoint. ments to the Court, 43
Adams, John Quincy, declines appointment, 44
Adamson Act, validity sustained, 223
Admiralty Courts, before the Revolution, 4
Amendments to Constitution, see Constitution
American Emigrant Co. vs. County of Adams, rehearing in, 72
Anti-Trust Act, interpreted and applied, 230-235
Appointment and tenure of judges, 11-19
Appointments to Court, 43, 44

B
Bailey vs. Drexel Furniture Co., quoted and discussed, 40
Bank vs. Dandridge, quoted and discussed, 66
Bank of the United States, authority to establish sustained, 97-101
Beard, Charles Austin, quoted, 79, 86
Bill of Rights, limitations on federal power, 159, 160; ratified as first ten amendments, 158; views as to need of, 157, 158
Black, Jeremiah S., nominated and rejected, 44
Blair, John, Justice, appointment, 43
Bradley, Joseph P., Justice, appointment, 52; dissents in Slaughter House cases, 180; opinion, Hans vs. Louisiana, 119, 120; views as to rehearings, 71
Brandeis, Louis D., Justice, dissents in Myers vs. United States, 49; dissents in Pennsylvania vs. West Virginia, 135, 136; War Prohibition Act sustained, 39
Brewer, David J., Justice, opinion, Kansas vs. Colorado, 132; opinion, Debs case, 142
Brown, Henry B., Justice, opinion, Insular cases, 110
Butler, Benjamin F., granted a rehearing, 72
Butler, Pierce, Justice, opinion, Burns Baking Company vs. Bryan, 212; opinion, Di Santo vs. Pennsylvania, 147

C
Campbell, John A., Justice, describes conferences of the Court, 60; tribute to Justice Curtis, 63

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  • 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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