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The mind and faith of Justice Holmes : his speeches, essays, letters, and judicial opinions

Author: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Max Lerner
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 1943.
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Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.
Mind and faith of Justice Holmes.
Boston : Little, Brown, 1943
(OCoLC)578061978
Online version:
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.
Mind and faith of Justice Holmes.
Boston : Little, Brown, 1943
(OCoLC)606017161
Named Person: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Max Lerner
OCLC Number: 681767
Description: 1, 474 pages, [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 24 cm
Contents: I. Campaigns of life and law : 1. A fighting faith: the Civil War : Autobiographical sketch (1861) ; The class of 1861: a poem (1864) ; Memorial day (1884) ; Harvard college in the war (1884) ; The Soldier's faith (1895) ; "Parts of the unimaginable whole" : "The class of '61": Fiftieth anniversary reunion (1911) --
2. Law as calling, life as art : "Our mistress, the law" : Suffolk bar association dinner. "Your business as thinkers" : "The profession of the law" (1886). "The love of honor" : "On receiving the degree of doctor of laws," Yale University commencement (1886). The black spearheads of change : "Learning and science" (1895). A man and the universe : Speech at Brown University commencement (1897). "The test is battle": George Otis Shattuck : Answer to resolutions of the bar (1897). Life as joy, duty, end : Speech at a dinner given by the bar association of Boston (1900) --
3. Law as civilization : "Masters and men": the gas-stokers; strike (1873) ; Selections from the common law (1881) : Liability and revenge (from lecture I) ; Punishment, morals and the external standard (from lecture II) ; Torts and social experience (from Lecture III and IV). The path of the law (1897) --
4. Law as judgement: some Massachusetts judicial opinions : The legislature and the Weavers : Commonwealth v. Perry (1891). "Communism" in wood and coal : Advisory opinion of the justices (1892). Publication at peril : Hanson v. globe newspaper company (1893). The referendum and the woman voter : Advisory opinion of the justices (1894). Speaking without a permit : Commonwealth v. Davis (1895). Labor in the struggle for life : Vegelahn v. Guntner (1896). The closed shop and the wage fund : Plant v. Woods (1900). Death by molar or molecular motion : Storti v. commonwealth (1901) --
II. Supreme Court justice : 1. America as a going concern : The first Supreme Court case : Otis v. Parker (1903). Allowing play for the joints : Missouri, Kansas, and Tennessee Railroad v. May (1904). Herbert Spencer in New York bakeries : Lochner v. New York (1905). Liberty and the "yellow dog" contract : Adair v. U.S. (1908). Equal bargaining power for workers : Coppage v. Kansas (1915). "Experiments in insulated chambers": Truax v. Corrigan (1921). Paying for pain and mutilation : Arizona employers' liability cases (1919). "The product of ruined lives": Hammer v. Dagenhard (1918). A dogma among scrubwomen : Adkins v. Children's hospital (1923). The state and the great public needs : Noble State Bank v. Haskell (1911). Where police power ends : Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon (1922). Doctrinal fictions and state power : Tyson bros v. Banton (1927). "Pure usurpation and subtle fallacy" : Black and White Taxicab co. v. Brown and Yellow Taxicab co. (1928). The case of the poisoned pool : United Zinc Co. v. Britt (1922). Death at a railroad crossing : Baltimore and Ohio railroad co. v. Goodman (1927). Circus lithographs and originality : Bleistein v. Donaldson lithographing company (1903). "A page on copyright" : White-Smith music co. v. Apollo co. (1908). Music with meals : Herbert v. Shanley co. (1917). A great case and bad law : Northern securities company v. U.S. (1904). Commerce as a continuum : Swift and co. v. U.S. (1905). Social desires and Dr. Miles's medicines : Dr. Miles medical co. v. Park and sons co. (1911). Free trade in industrial information : American column and lumber co. v. U.S. (1921). Shoddy and the manifestly absurd : Weaver v. Palmer bros co. (1926). On legislative motive : Frost v. California (1926) ; Absentee control in drugstores : Louis K. Liggett co. v. Baldridge (1928). Tax law and the penumbra : Schlesinger v. Wisconsin (1925). "A line there must be" : Louisville gas co. v. Coleman (1928). No limit but the sky: Baldwin v. Missouri (1930). Judges as a privilege class : Evans v. Gore (1920). The governor and the labor leader : Moyer v. Peabody (1909). They created a nation, not a document : Missouri v. Holland (1920). Housing in wartime Washington: Block v. Hirsh (1921). Spiderwebs and presidential power : Myers v. U.S. (1926) --
2. State power and free trade ideas : Clear and present danger : Schenck v. U.S. (1919). A speech by Eugene Debs : Debs v. U.S. (1919). Two leaflets and an experiment : Abrams v. U.S. (1919). The postmaster goes to war: Milwaukee social democratic publishing co. v. Burleson (1921). A common tongue and freedom of teaching : Meyer v. Nebraska (1923) ; Bartels v. Iowa (1923). "Every idea is an incitement" : Gitlow v. N.Y. (1925). "Freedom for the thought that we hate" : U.S. v. Schwimmer (1928). Negro disfranchisement in Texas : Nixon v. Herndon (1927). The judge and the editor : Toledo newspaper co. v. U.S. (1918). Peonage in Alabama : Bailey v. Alabama (1911). Trail by mob : Frank v. Mangum (1915). Justice as a mask : Moore v. Dempsey (1923). Malt Whisky and the external standard : Peck v. Tribune co. (1909). "Three generations of imbeciles" : Buck v. Bell (1927) ; The "dirty business" of wire tapping : Olmstead v. U.S. (1928) --
III. The savor of life : 1. Men and ideas : Montesquieu (1900) ; John Marshall (1901) ; John Chipman Gray (1917) ; Law and the court (1913) ; Ideals and doubts (1915) ; Natural law (1918) ; Law and social reform (1923) ; Opinions and champagnes (1920) ; A preface : To the collected legal papers (1920). --
2. Letters : To William James ; To John C.H. Wu ; To Lady Pollock ; To Sir Frederick Pollock --
3. Last words : "Gold to the sunset" (1932) ; The arrow in flames (1932) ; "Death plucks my ears" (1931).
Responsibility: selected and edited with introduction and commentary by Max Lerner.

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