The Supreme Court in a Free Society

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INDEX
AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Act), 129, 139-140, 144, 176, 180
(second act), 184
Abel, Albert S., 104
Administrative "hearings," 40-45
Administrative Procedure Act, 35, 43-45
Administrative process, judicial review of, 34-45
Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act, 98, 99
Alien and Sedition Acts, 285
Aliens, protection of, 267-268
Altgeld, Peter, 62
Amendments, constitutional, growth through, 24-25
American Bar Association, 222-223, 224, 231
American Bar Association Journal, 179
Association, right of, 302
Attorney General's Committee on Administrative Reform, 43
"Bad tendency" test, 287-288
Bailey, Joseph, 133
Barbour, Philip P., 80, 112
Beard, Charles A., 145-146 and Mary Beard, 225
Beveridge, Albert J., 11, 12, 108, 198
Bickel, Alexander M., 149
Bill of Rights, 272-280, 299-304, 316 (see also Fourteenth Amendment, specific rights and freedoms)
Bituminous Coal Commission, 41
Black, Hugo L., 316
on commerce clause, 121-122, 123-126
on free speech, 295
on incorporation of Bill of Rights, 280- 281
on preferred freedoms, 301
on presidential power, 307
on rate determination, 250
steel seizure, 58
on substative due process, 250-251
Blair, John, 75
Bradley, Joseph P., 221
on cooperative federalism, 90
on due process, 288
on governmental immunity, 85-86
on interpretation of Fourteenth Amendment, 256
on legislative power, 229-230
Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, 18, 39, 147, 149, 175-176, 181, 251, 292, 297, 311, 312
appointment to Court, 241
on classification in law, 269-270
factual brief, 238-241, 244-245
on judicial review, 247
on President's removal power, 60
on right to "privacy," 275
on stare decisis,23
on use of facts, 244-245
Brant, Irving, 148
Brennan, William J. Jr., on oath requiements, 302
Brewer, David J., 36
appointment to Court, 227
on Brandeis brief, 239-240
on coercive legislation, 233-234
on judicial function, 234-235
on role of commissions, 234
Bricker Amendment, 67-68
Bristow, Benjamin H., 130
Bryce, James, 26
Burton, Harold H., on state criminal procedure, 283-284
Businesses, affected with a public interest, 246
Butler-Jenner Bill, 317
Butler, John M., 186
Butler, Pierce, 120
California Alien Land Law, 268
California oath cases, 302
Cardozo, Benjamin, 22, 161-162
on contract clause, 208-209, 211
on cooperative federalism, 102
on delegation of power, 166-167, 169

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