The Limits of Judicial Power: The Supreme Court in American Politics

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AAA. See Agricultural Adjustment Act
Abington School District v. Schempp, 182. See also School prayer cases
Ableman v. Booth, 279 (n. 136)
Abolitionism, 11, 12, 13
Abortion: background, 209-10; campaign to reform laws concerning, 210-11; and Roe v. Wade, 211-16; becomes election issue, 217-18; government funding of, 218-22; views of Sandra Day O'Connor on, 232-33, 307 (n. 260); restrictions on, 305 (n. 216). See also Roe v. Wade
Abortion case. See Roe v. Wade
Abzug, Bella, 215
Adamany, David, 244-45, 264-65
Adkins v. Children's Hospital, 157
Affirmative action, 223
Agnew, Spiro, 195
Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), 113, 116; constitutionality of, 122, 131; and Butler case, 137-41, 148. See also United States v. Butler
Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health, 233, 305 (n. 216)
Allen, Robert S., 294 (n. 16)
Alsop, Joseph, 154
Amendment process, 234-36, 260-61; and New Deal, 151-53
Amendments, constitutional. See Constitutional amendments; specific amendments and proposed amendments
American Farm Bureau Federation, 185
American Independent Party, 195
American Insurance Co. v. Canter, 275 (n. 37)
American Liberty League, 119, 135, 137
Andrews, George, 181
Appellate jurisdiction. See Ex Parte McCardle; Supreme Court--jurisdiction of
Appointment process, 38-39, 153, 207- 9, 232-34, 242, 268-69, 307 (n. 265)
Appropriations power, 260
Army Appropriations Act ( 1867), 93
Ascik, Thomas, 238
Baker, Howard, 187
Baker v. Carr, 179-81, 185
Baldwin, Henry, 24, 276 (n. 52)
Baltimore Sun, 141
Bank of the United States, 37
Barbour, Philip P., 24, 276 (n. 48)
Bartley, Numan V., 175
Baruch, Bernard, 135
Bates, Edward, 67
Bayh, Birch, 186, 218, 216
Beard, Charles A., 148
Belotti v. Baird, 305 (n. 216)
Belz, Herman, 61-62
Bentley, George R., 283 (n. 50)
Berger, Raoul, 308 (n. 272)
Berle, Adolf, 117
Betas, Walter, 226-27
Bickel, Alexander: and judicial review, 3, 247; and Supreme Court's political

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • I- Introduction 1
  • II- The Dred Scott Case 9
  • III- Reconstruction and the Court 58
  • IV- The Supreme Court and the New Deal 111
  • V- The Modern Supreme Court- Crisis as Usual? 161
  • VI- Conclusion 246
  • Notes 273
  • Bibliography 312
  • Index 337
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