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Essays in constitutional law /

edited with an introd. by Robert G. McCloskey.

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Editor: McCloskey, Robert G.
Published: New York : Knopf, 1957.
Edition: [1st ed.].
Topics: Constitutional law - United States. | Verfassungsrecht
Regions: United States. | USA | USA.
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504 |aBibliographical footnotes.
505 00|gpt. 1.|tThe nature and development of American constitutionalism:|g1.|tJudicial review and "the intent of the framers":|tThe Supreme Court -usurper or grantee? /|rby Charles A. Beard --|g2.|tThe scope of judicial review:|tThe origin and scope of the American doctrine of constitutional law /|rby James B. Thayer --|g3.|tThe judicial process in constitutional law:|tThe logic and rhetoric of constitutional law /|rby Thomas Reed Powell --|g4.|tThe Supreme Court and industrial society:|tThe Supreme Court and American capitalism /|rby Max Lerner --|gpt. 2.|tThe modern Constitution:|g5.|tThe modern court and economic legislation:|tThe problems of yesteryear -commerce and due process /|rby Robert L. Stern --|g6.|tA "constitution of powers" and modern federalism:|tThe passing of dual federalism /|rby Edward S. Corwin --|g7.|tInternational agreements and constitutional amendments:|tRestricting the treaty power /|rby Arthur E. Sutherland, Jr. --|g8.|tThe power of the president:|tThe Steel Seizure Case: a judicial brick without straw /|rby Edward S. Corwin --|g9.|tFreedom of speech:|tBook review by Zechariah Chafee, Jr., of Free speech and its relation to self-government /|rby Alexander Meiklejohn --|tUnited States v. Dennis, decision of the United States Court of Appeals --|tThe communist trial and the clear-and-present-danger test /|rby N.L. Nathanson --|g10.|tSeparation of church and state:|tLaw or prepossessions? /|rby John Courtney Murray --|g11.|tThe Constitution and racial equality:|tSegregation and the fourteenth amendment /|rby J.D. Hyman --|g12.|tCriminal procedures and judicial control:|tThe Bill of Rights, the fourteenth amendment and the Supreme Court /|rby John Raeburn Green.
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