Congress or the Supreme Court: Which Shall Rule America?

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Ettrude D. J. Ref. Shelf. Vol. 2, No. 8, Power of Congress to Nullify Supreme Court Decisions. H. W. Wilson.

Nichols E. R. (ed.) Vol. 8. Intercollegiate Debates, $2.50. Noble and Noble, Publishers, Inc.

Phelps E. M. 1922-23 vol. p. 416; 1923-24 vol. p. 189, University Debaters Annual.

Saturday Review of Literature 8:721May 7, 1932. Reader's Guide to Popular books dealing with the history of the Supreme Court.

United States, Library of Congress. 11 p. mimeograph Dec. 1, 1922. List of references on judicial legislation by decisions of the United States Supreme Court declaring laws unconstitutional.

United States Government Purchasing Office, Library of Congress, Bibliography. List of works relating to the Supreme Court of the United States. 8 p. mimeograph. Dec. 14, 1922. pc. 20c. 1916- 1922. Supt. of Docs.


II. BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, AND PAMPHLETS

Adams Brooks. The Theory of Social Revolutions. 1913. Macmillan. 240 p. (See chapters on "The Limitations of the Judicial function"--"American Courts as Legislative Chambers."

Alger George W. The Old Law and the New Order. 1913. Houghton, Mifflin, Boston. 295 p.

American Liberty League. Supreme Court and the New Deal. The League, National Press Bldg., Washington, D. C.

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