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Government under law; a conference held at Harvard Law School on the occasion of the bicentennial of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, 1801-1835.

Author: John Marshall; Arthur E Sutherland; Harvard Law School.
Publisher: New York, Da Capo Press, 1968 [©1956]
Series: Da Capo Press reprint edition.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Marshall; Arthur E Sutherland; Harvard Law School.
OCLC Number: 444093
Description: xi, 587 pages 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 review, by A. Tunc. --
Levia than at the bar of justice, by J.M. Snee. --
Government under law in post-war England, 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 meetings in Sanders Theatre, by Dean Griswold. --
The royal will and the rule of law: a survey of French constitutionalism under the ancient 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. --
Consitutionalism: 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.
Series Title: Da Capo Press reprint edition.
Responsibility: Edited by Arthur E. Sutherland.

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