The Justices of the United States Supreme Court: Their Lives and Major Opinions - Vol. 4

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THE JUSTICES
OF THE
UNITED STATES
SUPREME COURT

THEIR LIVES
AND MAJOR OPINIONS

Volume IV

Edited by Leon Friedman & Fred L. Israel

CHELSEA HOUSE PUBLISHERS

New York Philadelphia

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  • The Justices of the United States Supreme Court - Their Lives and Major Opinions *
  • Contents *
  • About the Editors and Contributors vi
  • William O. Douglas *
  • Selected Bibliography 1245
  • Frank Murphy *
  • Selected Bibliography 1261
  • James F. Byrnes *
  • Selected Bibliography 1280
  • Robert H. Jackson *
  • Selected Bibliography 1310
  • Wiley Rutledge *
  • Selected Bibliography 1321
  • Harold Burton *
  • Selected Bibliography 1332
  • Fred M. Vinson *
  • Selected Bibliography 1345
  • Tom C. Clark *
  • Selected Bibliography 1360
  • Sherman Minton *
  • Selected Bibliography 1372
  • Earl Warren *
  • Selected Bibliography 1399
  • John Marshall Harlan *
  • Selected Bibliography 1420
  • Charles Whittaker *
  • Selected Bibliography 1434
  • Arthur J. Goldberg *
  • Selected Bibliography 1449
  • Abe Fortas *
  • Selected Bibliography 1464
  • Warren E. Burger *
  • Selected Bibliography 1495
  • Thurgood Marshall *
  • Selected Bibliography 1519
  • William J. Brennan *
  • Selected Bibliography 1544
  • Potter Stewart *
  • Selected Bibliography 1572
  • Byron R. White *
  • Selected Bibliography 1604
  • Harry A. Blackmun *
  • Selected Bibliography 1628
  • Lewis F. Powell, Jr. *
  • Selected Bibliography 1662
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