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Marshall, John, 1755-1835.
Major opinions and other writings.
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Marshall; John P Roche; Stanley B Bernstein
|Description:||xli, 320 p. 21 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Pre-judicial statements: At the Virginia ratifying convention. Address to Richmond on diplomacy. Campaign tract. Upholding the Alien and sedition acts. The authority of the President --
pt. 2. The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court: Judicial review of Congress : Marbury v. Madison. Judicial review over the states : Cohens v. Virginia. Diversity jurisdiction : the District of Columbia : Hepburn v. Ellzey. Diversity jurisdiction : the territories : New Orleans v. Winter. Diversity jurisdiction : corporations : Bank of the United States v. Deveaux --
pt. 3. Contracts and state authority: Land grants are charters : Fletcher v. Peck. Charters are contracts : Dartmouth College v. Woodward. Tax exemptions in contracts, I : New Jersey v. Wilson. Natural law and contracts : Ogden v. Saunders. Tax exemptions in contracts, II : Providence Bank v. Billings --
pt. 4. The protection of federal finance: The Union as preferred creditor : United States v. Fisher. Implied powers : the Bank of the United States : McCulloch v. Maryland. Taxing fiscal instruments : Weston v. Charleston. State currency : Craig v. Missouri --
pt. 5. Commerce and state authority: Navigation as commerce, I : Brig Wilson v. United States. Navigation as commerce, II : Gibbons v. Ogden. Commerce in original packages : Brown v. Maryland. Commerce on small streams : Willson v. Blackbird Creek Marsh Co. --
pt. 6. Treaties and territories: Legislative courts in the territories : American Insurance Co. v. Canter. Land claims under treaties : Foster v. Neilson. The constitutional status if Indian nations : Cherokee Nation v. Georgia. Treaty law over state law : Worcester v. Georgia --
pt. 7. Civil rights: The law of treason, I : Ex parte Bollman. The law of treason, II : United States v. Aaron Burr. The Bill of Rights : Barron v. Baltimore.
|Series Title:||American heritage series (New York, N.Y.), 42.|
|Responsibility:||Edited with an introd. and commentary by John P. Roche, with Stanley B. Bernstein.|