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|Named Person:||John Marshall; John Marshall|
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Marshall; Arthur E Sutherland; Harvard Law School.
|Description:||xi, 587 pages,  pages of plates : portraits ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The opening of the conference / by E.N. Griswold and N.M. Pusey --
John Marshall and the judicial function / by F. Frankfurter --
Government under law : a civilian view / by A. Tunc --
Leviathan at the bar of justice / by J.M. Snee --
Government under law in post-war England / by Sir R. Evershed --
The separation of powers in time of crisis / by F. Shackelford --
Government under law in time of crisis / by C. Fairman --
Marshall and the Australian Constitution / by Sir O. Dixon. Judicial method in due process inquiry / by W.H. Hastie --
A lay view of due process / by M. Bundy --
The meeting in Sanders Theatre / by Dean Griswold --
The royal will and the rule of law : a survey of French constitutionalism under the ancien regime / by A. Tunc --
The Constitution of the Union of South Africa and the rule of law / by A. Van de S. Centlivres --
Constitutionalism in Canada / by P. Kerwin --
Constitutionalism : limitation and affirmation / by C.E. Wyzanski, Jr. The value of constitutionalism today / by J.L. O'Brian --
The Marshall bicentennial dinner / by Dean Griswold and S.M. Qua --
Justice, the university, and the professions / by N.M. Pusey --
Concluding address / by E. Warren.
|Responsibility:||edited by Arthur E. Sutherland.|
- Rule of law -- Congresses.
- Due process of law -- United States -- Congresses.
- Constitutional law -- United States -- Congresses.
- Marshall, John, -- 1755-1835.
- Constitutional law -- United States.
- Rule of law.
- Due process of law -- United States.
- Constitutional law.
- Due process of law.
- United States.