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Supreme Justice : speeches and writings : Thurgood Marshall

著者: Thurgood Marshall; J Clay Smith
出版商: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2003.
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所有的著者/提供者: Thurgood Marshall; J Clay Smith
ISBN: 0812236904 9780812236903
OCLC号码: 50123096
描述: xviii, 336 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: Marshall and Hoston jailed (1932) --
Letter to Dean Taylor applying for law school position (1935) --
The Gestapo in Detroit (1943) --
Negro status in Boilermakers union (1944) --
Saving the race (1941) --
From law to social reality and panel discussion (1950) --
Racial integration in education through resort to the courts and summit discussion (1952) --
The future lies with our youth (1954) --
Segregation and desegregation (1954) --
Interpretation of supreme court decisions and the NAACP (1955) --
Three years after Brown I (1957) --
The south on the run (1957) --
The living constitution: civil rights and the Negro (Circa 1959) --
Judicial method in due process (1956) --
The rise and collapse of the white democratic primary (1957) --
Summary justice: the Negro GI in Korea (1951) --
The United States as the moral leader of the world (1961) --
No peace at any cost (1961) --
The courts (1964) --
The impact of the constitution and panel discussion (1964) --
Civil rights in the United States (1966) --
Remembering Lyndon B. Johnson and the civil rights struggle (1969) --
Group action in the pursuit of justice (1969) --
The law deals with a world of individuals (1973) --
Building a tradition of public service (1976) --
World peace through law: an urgent task (1977) --
Financing public interest law practice: the role of the organized bar (1975) --
Who is best qualified to be a judge? (1977) --
Equality before the law: the cardinal principle of the constitution (1978) --
The fulcrum of pressure (1978) --
Judicial power and respect for the people (1981) --
Violations of the constitution require corrective relief (1984) --
Moral and fair representation issues in death penalty cases (1985) --
Charles Hamilton Houston (1987) --
The constitution: a living document (1987) --
A colorblind society remains an aspiration (1987) --
Right to counsel (1988) --
New challenges facing the civil rights community (1989) --
Looking back (1992) --
We must dissent (1992) --
Appendix: the fairness of the reorganization plan in industrial corporations (1933)
责任: edited by J. Clay Smith, Jr.

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