pt. 1. The nature and development of American constitutionalism: 1. Judicial review and "the intent of the framers": The Supreme Court -usurper or grantee? / by Charles A. Beard -- 2. The scope of judicial review: The origin and scope of the American doctrine of constitutional law / by James B. Thayer -- 3. The judicial process in constitutional law: The logic and rhetoric of constitutional law / by Thomas Reed Powell -- 4. The Supreme Court and industrial society: The Supreme Court and American capitalism / by Max Lerner -- pt. 2. The modern Constitution: 5. The modern court and economic legislation: The problems of yesteryear -commerce and due process / by Robert L. Stern -- 6. A "constitution of powers" and modern federalism: The passing of dual federalism / by Edward S. Corwin -- 7. International agreements and constitutional amendments: Restricting the treaty power / by Arthur E. Sutherland, Jr. -- 8. The power of the president: The Steel Seizure Case: a judicial brick without straw / by Edward S. Corwin -- 9. Freedom of speech: Book review by Zechariah Chafee, Jr., of Free speech and its relation to self-government / by Alexander Meiklejohn -- United States v. Dennis, decision of the United States Court of Appeals -- The communist trial and the clear-and-present-danger test / by N.L. Nathanson -- 10. Separation of church and state: Law or prepossessions? / by John Courtney Murray -- 11. The Constitution and racial equality: Segregation and the fourteenth amendment / by J.D. Hyman -- 12. Criminal procedures and judicial control: The Bill of Rights, the fourteenth amendment and the Supreme Court / by John Raeburn Green.
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