II: NAME INDEX
Abernathy, T. G., 46n
Abraham, H. J., 78n, 266n, 338n, 371n
Acheson, D., 240, 241n
Adams, J., 45, 53, 65, 309, 311, 345
Adams, J. Q., 53, 82, 85, 341
Adams, S., 341
Adenauer, K., 301
Alcibiades, 104
Allen, F. E.60-61
Alsop, J., 325n
Andrews, G. W., 46n
Archbald, R. W., 45
Arnold, T., 371
Arthur, C. A., 53
Atwell, W. H., 226
Auriol, V., 296
Austin, J., 6
Bacon, Sir F., 89n
Badger, G. E., 82
Bagehot, W., 295
Balzac, H., 130
Banks, L., 161n
Barbour, P. P., 81
Barnett, R. R., 182n
Barrington, Sir J., 48
Beard, C. A., 305, 320n
Belknap, W., 43
Bell, J. C., 108
Bent, S., 68n
Benton, T. H., 80
Berman, H. J., 131, 273n, 275n
Beveridge, A. J., 313, 339n
Bickel, A. M., 205n, 215, 216n, 284n, 316n, 355
Biddle, F., 8n 241n, 337, 375n
Birkby, R. H., 231n
Black, C. L., Jr., 313n, 316n, 378
Black, H. L., 46, 57, 59, 79, 98, 120, 125, 149, 178-9, 186, 188n, 190, 198-200, 202, 204-7, 210, 217, 222n, 240-42, 350-51, 367, 370, 376, 378
Black, J. S., 82
Blackstone, Sir W., 12, 107
Blair, J., 65, 308
Blaustein, A. P., 332n
Blount, W., 43
Blume, W. W., 132n
Bohanan, L., 29
Bok, W. C., 27
Borah, W. E., 65, 69
Botein, B., 30, 133n
Bracton (or Bratton), Henry of, 12
Bradford, E. A., 82
Bradley, J. P., 52, 80
Brandeis, L. D., 28, 52, 65, 66, 68-9, 72, 74, 80, 198, 204, 216, 240, 331, 350, 371
Brennan, W. J., Jr., 46, 57, 59, 60, 66, 71, 99, 186, 189, 202, 206, 208, 211, 215, 241, 242, 367, 368, 369, 370
Brewer, D., 322
Bricker, J., 64
Bromberger, L. L., 121n
Browning, J. R., 29
Bryce, C., 377
Buchanan, J., 53, 82, 218
Burr, A., 44
Burton, H. H., 46, 57, 67, 70-71, 72, 189, 234, 310n
Butler, P., 66, 69, 74, 203, 211, 214, 327, 350
Butts, W., 129

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