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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
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|Notes:||Papers based on the Bicentennial Conference on the Judiciary Act of 1789.|
|Description:||vi, 312 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The Judiciary Act of 1789: Political Compromise or Constitutional Interpretation? / Maeva Marcus, Natalie Wexler --
Jurisdiction Stripping and the Judiciary Act of 1789 / Akhil Reed Amar --
Recovering Coterminous Power Theory: The Lost Dimension of Marshall Court Sovereignty Cases / G. Edward White --
United States v. Joseph Ravara: "Presumptuous Evidence," "Too Many Lawyers," and a Federal Common Law Crime / John D. Gordan III --
United States v. Callender: Judge and Jury in a Republican Society / Kathryn Preyer --
Dual Office Holding and the Constitution: A View From Hayburn's Case / Mark Tushnet --
Murdoch v. Memphis: Section 25 of the 1789 Judiciary Act and Judicial Federalism / William M. Wiecek --
Temples of Justice: The Iconography of Judgment and American Culture / Michael Kammen --
The Judiciary Act of 1789 and Judicial Independence / Gerhard Casper.
|Responsibility:||edited by Maeva Marcus.|