Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States

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Index to Court Cases
Abbate v. United States, 68n
Abington School District v. Schempp, 182, 217ff, 229, 231ff, 241
Abrams v. United States, 159-62
Adamson v. California, 32-5, 36, 37n, 49, 64, 74, 76n
Adderley v. Florida, 299n, 307
Adler v. Board of Education of New York, 138
Agnello v. United States, 118
Alberts v. California, 152-3, 155
Albertson v. Subversive Activities Control Board, 146
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born v. Subversive Activities Control Board, 146n
American Federation of Labor v. American Sash and Door Co., 21
Anderson v. Swart, 233
Andrada, In re, 86-7
Aptheker v. Secretary of State, 146
Austin v. Kentucky, 155
Baer v. Kolmorgen, 235
Baer v. New York, 306
Baggett v. Bullitt, 138
Baker v. Cart, 16-17, 191n
Bantam Books, Inc., v. Sullivan, 151
Barenblatt v. United States, 138
Barr v. City of Columbia, 305
Barton v. Baltimore, 27-8, 37, 40, 46
Bartkus v. Illinois, 68n
Bell v. Maryland, 4, 299n, 305
Betts v. Brady, 52n, 61
Bible Reading Cases (see Abington School District v. Schempp; Chamberlain v. Dade; Murray v. Curlett)
Board of Education of East Greenbush v. Allen, 238n
Board of Public Works of Maryland v. Ilorace Mann League of U.S., 233
Bolling v. Sharpe, 251-2, 269n
Braden v. United States, 138
Bradfield v. Roberts, 226
Braunfeld v. Brown, 196, 201, 204-5
Breard v. City of Alexandria, 196
Breedlove v. Suttler, 287
Breithaupt v. Abram, 94-7
Bridges v. California, 15
Brock v. North Carolina, 68n
Brown v. Baskin, 286
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka ( 1954), 251-2, 264, 267-9, 288, 294, 307
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka ( 1955), 257n, 269-70, 288
Brown v. Louisiana, 299n, 306
Buck v. Bell, 83-6, 88
Bunting v. Oregon, 8
Burstyn v. Wilson, 127n
Burton v. Wilmington Parking Authority, 304
Bush v. Connecticut, 45n
Butchers' Benevolent Association of New Orleans, The, v. Crescent City Live-Stock Landing and Slaughter- House Co., 40-45, 47, 247, 253ff
Butler v. Michigan, 151-2
Butler v. Thompson, 287
California v. Stewart, 113
California Narcotics Addiction Proof Case (see Robinson v. California)
CantweU v. Connecticut, 53n, 174n, 176-7, 183, 285-7, 197
Carroll v. United States, 118
Chamberlain v. Dade County Board of Public Instruction ( 1962), 235n

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - Introduction 3
  • II - The "Double Standard" 7
  • III - The Bill of Rights and Its Applicability to the States 26
  • IV - The Fascinating World of "Due Process of Law" 79
  • V - The Precious Freedom of Expression 124
  • VI - Religion 172
  • VII - Race: the American Dilemma 242
  • Appendix 313
  • Bibliographical Note 317
  • General Index 323
  • Index to Court Cases 331
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