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The Evolving Constitution : essays on the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Supreme Court

Author: Norman Dorsen; Arthur J Goldberg
Publisher: Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press ; Scranton, Pa. : Distributed by Harper & Row, [1987], ©1986.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Dorsen; Arthur J Goldberg
ISBN: 0819551783 9780819551788
OCLC Number: 16090093
Description: xviii, 360 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Foreward / Norman Dorsen --
Introduction: storm over the Supreme Court / Archibald Cox --
Equality and governmental action / Arthur J. Goldberg --
Public school desegregation: legal remedies for de facto segregation / J. Skelly Wright --
Equality and the vote / Elbert P. Tuttle --
Equal rights --
for whom? / Abe Fortas --
Group action in the pursuit of justice / Thurgood Marshall --
The medium, the message, and the First Amendment / Irving R. Kaufman --
New gods for old: "efficient" courts in a democratic society / David L. Bazelon --
Comity and the Constitution: the changing role of the federal judiciary / Shirley M. Hufstedler --
The proper role of the federal courts in enforcing the Bill of Rights / James L. Oakes --
The life span of a judge-made rule / John Paul Stevens --
Constraining "the least dangerous branch": the tradition of attacks on judicial power / Wilfred Feinberg --
Section 1983 and federal protection of individual rights --
will the statute remain alive or fade away? / Harry A. Blackmun --
The Bill of Rights and the states: the revival of state constitutions as guardians of individual rights / William J. Brennan, Jr.
Responsibility: edited and with a foreword by Norman Dorsen ; introduction by Archibald Cox ; essays by Arthur J. Goldberg [and others].

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