Ordered Liberty: A Constitutional History of New York

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Table of Cases
Adler v. Deegan 251 N.Y. 467 ( 1929), 221, 227 n.61, 291.
Application of Stewart 174 Misc. 902; aff'd 260 A.D. 979( 1940), 299 n7.
Atkin v. Onondaga County Board of Elections 30 N.Y. 2d 401 ( 1972), 300 n 24.
Atkins v. Kansas 191 U.S. 207 ( 1903), 173.
Bay Ridge Community Council, Inc. v. Carey 66 N.Y. 2d 657 ( 1985), 300 n36.
Bennett v. Boyle 40 Barb. 551 ( 1864), 224 n2.
Berger v. New York 388 U.S. 41 ( 1967), 235-236, 308.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation v. Board of Education of City School District of Lackawanna 44 N.Y. 2d 831 ( 1978), 353 n42.
Board of Education v. Allen 20 N.Y. 2d 109 ( 1967); aff'd 392 U.S. 236 ( 1968), 310-311.
Boykin v. Alabama 395 U.S. 238 ( 1969), 259 n30.
Browne v. City of New York 241 N.Y. 96 ( 1925), 227 n65.
Cancemi v. People 18 N.Y. 128 ( 1858), 224 n5.
City of Clinton v. Cedar Rapids and Missouri River R.R. Co. 24 Iowa 455 ( 1868), 185 n58.
City of New York v. DeLury 23 N.Y. 2d 175 ( 1968), 258 n13.
Comereski v. City of Elmira 308 N.Y. 243 ( 1955), 371 n5.
Cosby v. Van Dam (N.Y., 1733), unreported opinion, 25.
Dash v. Van Kleeck 7 Johns. 477 ( 1811), 79.
Dawson v. Horan 51 Barb. 459 ( 1868), 135 n16.
Donohue v. Copiague Union Free School District 47 N.Y. 2d 440 ( 1979), 170.
Dorsey v. Stuyvesant Town Corporation 299 N.Y. 512 ( 1949), 234.
Dunn v. Blumstein, 405 U.S. 330 ( 1972), 267.
Eber v. Board of Elections 80 Misc. 2d 334 ( 1974), 300 n24.
EEOC v. Wyoming 460 U.S. 266 ( 1983), 258 n14.
Esler v. Walters 56 N.Y. 2d 306 ( 1982) 139, 233 n15.
Fidell v. Board of Elections of the City of New York 409 U.S. 972 ( 1972), 300 n24.
Flushing National Bank v. Municipal Assistance Corporation 40 N.Y. 2d 731 ( 1976), 300 n34.
Forsey v. Cunningham (N.Y., 1764), unreported opinion, 25-26.
Frank v. New York 44 N.Y. 2d 687 ( 1978), 352 n23.
Garcia v. San Antonio Metro Transit Authority 469 U.S. 528 ( 1935), 258 n14.
Gardner v. Broderick 392 U.S. 273 ( 1968), 237, 309.
Gardner v. Newburgh 2 Johns. 162 ( 1816), 79.
Garrity v. New Jersey 385 U.S. 493 ( 1967), 237, 309.
Greaton v. Griffin 4 Abb. Pr. (New Ser.) (N.Y. 310) ( 1968), 125.
Green v. Shumay 39 N.Y. 418 ( 1868), 135 n7.
Hellerstein v. Assessor of the Town of Islip 37 N.Y. 2d 1 ( 1975), 251.
Hurd v. City of Buffalo 41 A.D. 2d 402 ( 1973) aff'd 34 N.Y. 2d 628 ( 1974) 342, 364.
In Re Guden 171 N.Y. 529 ( 1902), 141.

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