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Felix Frankfurter on the Supreme Court; extrajudicial essays on the Court and the Constitution.

Autor: Felix Frankfurter; Philip B Kurland
Editorial: Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1970.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Felix Frankfurter on the Supreme Court.
Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1970
(OCoLC)573415671
Online version:
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Felix Frankfurter on the Supreme Court.
Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1970
(OCoLC)603496488
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Felix Frankfurter; Philip B Kurland
ISBN: 0674298357 9780674298354
Número OCLC: 114339
Descripción: x, 572 p. port. 24 cm.
Contenido: The zeitgeist and the judiciary --
Hours of labor and realism in constitutional law --
The constitutional opinions of Mr. Justice Holmes --
The nomination of Mr. Justice Brandeis --
Taft and the Supreme Court --
The law and labor --
The Berger decision --
Press censorship by judicial construction --
Child labor and the Court --
The Coronado case --
Labor injunctions must go --
Mr. Justice Holmes --
Twenty years of Mr. Justice Holmes's constitutional opinions --
Exit the Kansas court --
Lèse Majesté Mayer --
The American judge --
The red terror of judicial reform --
The lawless judge --
Can the Supreme Court guarantee toleration? --
The case of Anita Whitney --
The Supreme Court as legislator --
Supreme Court decisions: "What stuff 'tis made of" --
The Judiciary Act of 1925 --
The paradoxes of legal science --
Hughes on the Supreme Court --
The appointment of a justice --
The Supreme Court and the public --
The Supreme Court and the Interstate Commerce Commission --
The early writings of O.W. Holmes, Jr. --
When Judge Cardozo writes --
Mr. Justice Brandeis and the Constitution --
Legislative history --
The Packers v. the government --
The Scottsboro case --
Social issues before the Supreme Court --
Judge Manton and the Supreme Court --
The certiorari process --
The pressure of business --
Mr. Justice Holmes --
The A.A.A. case --
The orbit of judicial power --
Congressional control over the business of the Supreme Court --
Justice Holmes defines the Constitution --
Mr. Justice Cardozo and public law --
Chief Justice Stone --
The "administrative side" of Chief Justice Hughes --
The Supreme Court --
The impact of Charles Evans Hughes --
Chief Justices I have known --
The judicial process and the Supreme Court --
Mr. Justice Jackson --
Mr. Justice Roberts --
Mr. Justice Cardozo --
John Marshall and the judicial function.
Responsabilidad: Edited by Philip B. Kurland.

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