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Author: Harold W Chase; Craig R Ducat
Publisher: St. Paul, Minn. : West Pub. Co., 1974.
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Chase, Harold William, 1922-
Constitutional interpretation.
St. Paul, Minn. : West Pub. Co., 1974
(OCoLC)643665661
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold W Chase; Craig R Ducat
OCLC Number: 1093369
Notes: Kept up to date by supplements.
Includes index.
Description: xxxii, 1405 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: I. The distribution of power in the national government : 1. Judicial power : The Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court : Marbury v. Madison ; Eakin v. Raub: the Gibson dissent ; Cohens v. Virginia ; Ex parte McCardle ; Ex parte Bakelite Corp. : Glidden co. v. Zdanok. The current controversy over judicial review: judicial self-restraint v. the preferred freedoms concept : Burns Baking Co. v. Bryan: the Brandeis dissent ; West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette: the Frankfurter dissent ; Thomas v. Collins: the Rutledge opinion ; Does the Supreme Court have a unique function?. Institutional constraints on judicial problem-solving : Muskrat v. United States ; International longshoremen's & warehousmen's union v. Boyd ; Massachusetts v. Mellon ; Frothingham v. Mellon ; Flast v. Cohen : Velvel v. Nixon. Luther v. Borden ; Baker v. Carr ; Massachusetts v. Laird I ; Powell v. McCormack : Massachusetts v. Laird II ; Holtzman v. Schlesinger. Mississippi v. Johnson ; United States v. O'Brien. Vindicating Judicial authority : Green v. United States : United States v. Barnett. Bloom v. Illinois ; Illinois v. Allen : Mayberry v. Pennsylvania ; United States v. Seale ; In re Dellinger. Pierson v. Ray --
2. Legislative power : The sources and scopes of legislative power : McCulloch v. Maryland ; American Insurance co. v. Canter ; United States v. Kagama ; Fong Yue Ting v. United States ; Galvan v. Press ; Berenyi v. District director, Immigration & Naturalization Service ; Boutilier v. Immigration & Naturalization Service ; Jacobson v. Massachusetts ; United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp. ; South Carolina v. Katzenbach ; Katzenbach v. Morgan. Delegation of Legislative power : Hampton & Co. v. United States ; Panama Refining co. v. Ryan ; Schechter poultry corp. v. United States ; Zemel v. Rusk ; The Economic Stabilization act of 1970. The power to investigate : McGrain v. Daugherty ; Watkins v. United States : United States v. Rumely. Barenblatt v. United States : "Court-Curb proposals stimulated by controversial decisions". Gibson v. Florida legislative investigation committee ; DeGregory v. Attorney General of New Hampshire ; Ullmann v. United States : Organized crime control act of 1970 ; Kastigar v. United States ; Zicarelli v. New Jersey State Commission of Investigation. United States v. Welden ; Letters of President Nixon. The speech and debate clause (congressional immunity) : Gravel v. United States ; Doe v. McMillan : United States v. Johnson ; United States v. Brewster --
3. Executive power : The President's appointment and removal power : Myers v. United States ; Humphrey's executor v. United States : Wiener v. United States. The President's power to pardon : Ex parte Grossman. The scope of executive power : Youngstown sheet & tube Co. v. Sawyer : Excerpt from the testimony of John D. Ehrlichman at the Watergate hearings ; State Highway Commission of Missouri v. Volpe. The clash between executive privilege and the judicial process : Nixon v. Sirica. Executive authority in the conduct of foreign affairs : John Jay, Federalist No. 64 ; United States v. Curtiss-Wright export corp. ; Massachusetts v. Laird I ; Massachusetts v. Laird II : The Gulf of Tonkin resolution ; The national commitments resolution. War powers resolution --
4. The Impact of war and emergencies on legislative and executive power : Ex parte Milligan ; O'Callahan v. Parker : Wilson v. Girard. Woods v. Cloyd W. Miller Co. ; Home building & ass'n v. Blaisdell ; Korematsu v. United States ; United States v. Robel : Schneider v. Smith --
II. The distribution of power between the national government and the states : 1. General Issues of the federal relationship : Chisholm v. Georgia ; McCulloch v. Maryland ; New York v. United States ; Texas v. White ; Cooper v. Aaron ; Georgia v. Rachel ; Ex parte Siebold ; Missouri v. Holland ; United States v. Belmont : The Bricker Amendment. Pennsylvania v. Nelson : Pre-emption cases from the October 1972 Term. Steward machine co. v. Davis : City of New York v. Richardson. Moyer v. Peabody ; Sterling v. Constantin ; Wilson & co. v. Freeman : Gilligan v. Morgan --
2. The Exercise of national power : The general scope of Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce : Gibbons v. Ogden : Pensacola Telegraph Co. v. Western Union Telegraph Co. Stafford v. Wallace ; Houston, East & West Texas Railway Co. v. United States ; Champion v. Ames : Brooks v. United States. United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Ass'n ; Flood v. Kuhn ; Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States ; Katzenbach v. McClung : Daniel v. Paul. Congress' power to regulate production under the commerce clause : United States v. E. C. Knight Co. ; Hammer v. Dagenhart ; Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States ; Carter v. Carter Coal Co. ; National Labor Relations Board v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. ; United States v. Darby ; Wickard v. Filburn. The Navigation Power : United States v. Chandler-Dunbar Water Power Co. : United States v. Rands. United States v. Appalachian Electric Power Co. : Ashwander v. Tennessee Valley Authority : Alabama Power Co. v. Ickes ; United States v. An Easement and Right-of-Way, Etc. United States v. California I : The Submerged Lands Act ; United States v. California II. The taxing and spending power : Hylton v. United States ; Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. ; McCray v. United States ; United States v. Butler ; Mulford v. Smith ; Steward Machine Co. v. Davis ; City of Cleveland v. United States ; United States v. Kahriger : Marchetti v. United States ; Grosso v. United States --
3. The exercise of state power : The police power : The Mayor et al. of the City of New York v. Miln ; Cooley v. The Board of Wardens of the Port of Philadelphia ; South Carolina State Highway Dept. v. Barnwell Bros. ; Southern Pacific Co. v. Arizona : Smith v. Alabama. Bibb v. Navajo Freight Lines, Inc. ; Huron Portland Cement Co. v. Detroit ; City of Burbank v. Lockheed Air Terminal : Northern States Power Co. v. Minnesota. Dean Milk Co. v. City of Madison ; H. P. Hood & Sons v. DuMond ; Parker v. Brown. The power to tax : Brown v. Maryland : Brown v. Houston. Henneford v. Silas Mason Co. : McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co. ; Scripto, Inc. v. Carson ; National Bellas Hess, Inc. v. Dept. of Revenue of the State of Illinois. State of Alaska v. Arctic Maid : Heublein, Inc. v. South Carolina Tax Commission ; Evco v. Jones. Northwest Airlines v. Minnesota ; Braniff Airways v. Nebraska Board of Equalization and Assessment ; Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. v. Minnesota ; General Motors Corp. v. Washington --
4. Inter and intra-state relations : Interstate movement of persons : Kentucky v. Dennison ; Edwards v. California ; Shapiro v. Thompson : Vlandis v. Kline. Interstate Compacts : Virginia v. Tennessee ; Hinderlider v. La Plata River & Cherry Creek Ditch Co. Full faith and credit : Alaska Packers Ass'n v. Industrial Accident Commission of California ; Williams v. North Carolina II ; Estin v. Estin. City-state relations : City of Trenton v. State of New Jersey ; City of Tacoma v. Taxpayers of Tacoma --
III. The distribution of power between government and the individual : 1. Property rights and economic liberties : The contract clause and the state police power : Calder v. Bull ; Fletcher v. Peck ; Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward ; Charles River Bridge Co. v. Warren Bridge Co. ; Stone v. Mississippi : Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. v. City of Goldsboro. Home Building & Loan Ass'n v. Blaisdell ; City of El Paso v. Simmons. The rise and decline of substantive due process : Wynehamer v. New York ; Butcher's Benevolent Ass'n v. Crescent City Livestock Landing & Slaughterhouse Co. ; Munn v. Illinois ; Allgeyer v. Louisiana : Adair v. United States ; Coppage v. Kansas. Lochner v. New York ; Wolff Packing Co. v. Court of Industrial Relations ; Nebbia v. New York ; West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish ; Lincoln Federal Labor Union v. Northwestern Iron & Metal Co. --
2. Equal protection of the law : Racial discrimination : Plessy v. Ferguson ; Sweatt v. Painter ; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka I ; Bolling v. Sharpe ; Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka II ; Stell v. Savannah-Chatham County Board of Education : The Stell Decision on Appeal. Loving v. Virginia ; Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education ; Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education : North Carolina State Board of Education v. Swann. Wright v. Council of the City of Emporia ; Keyes v. School District No. 1., Denver, Colo. : Bradley v. School Board of City of Richmond. San Antonio Indipendent School District v. Rodriquez : DeFunis v. Odegaar. "Private" discrimination and the concept of "state action" : The civil rights cases ; Shelley v. Kraemer ; Burton v. Wilmington parking authority ; Peterson v. City of Greenville : Lombard v. Louisiana. Reitman v. Mulkey ; Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Co. : Griffin v. Breckenridge. Palmer v. Thompson : Moose lodge no. 107 v. Irvis. Voting rights and electoral discrimination : United States v. Classic ; Smith v. Allwright : Terry v. Adams. South Carolina v. Katzenbach ; Katzenbach v. Morgan ; Gomillion v. Lightfoot ; Carrington v. Rash ; Harper v. Virginia State Board of Elections ; Kramer v. Union Free School District No. 15 ; Williams v. Rhodes. Malapportionment : Baker v. Carr ; Reynolds v. Sims ; Lucas v. Forty-Fourth General Assembly of Colorado ; Avery v. Midland County, Texas ; Hadley v. Junior College District of Metro, Kansas City, Mo. : Salyer Land Co. v. Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District ; Associated Enterprises, Inc. v. Toltec Watershed Improvement District. Mahan v. Howell ; White v. Regester ; Gaffney v. Cummings : White v. Weiser. Economic and Social Discrimination : Skinner v. Oklahoma ex rel. Williamson ; Griffin v. Illinois : Douglas v. California. Williams v. Illinois : Tate v. Short. Levy v. Louisiana ; Labine v. Vincent : Weber v. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. Shapiro v. Thompson ; Dandridge v. Williams ; James v. Valtierra ; Reed v. Reed ; San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez : Other equal protection cases from the 1972 term --
3. Due process of law : Due process and the Federal system: the selective incorporation of the Bill of Rights into the Fourteenth Amendment : Barron v. The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore ; Butchers Benevolent Ass'n v. Crescent City Livestock Landing & Slaughterhouse Co. ; Hurtado v. California ; Palko v. Connecticut ; Adamson v. California ; Rochin v. California ; Griswold v. Connecticut ; Duncan v. Louisiana ; Williams v. Florida ; Apodaca v. Oregon. The right to council : Powell v. Alabama ; Gideon v. Wainwright : Argersinger v. Hamlin. Escobedo v. Illinois ; Miranda v. Arizona ; United States v. Wade : Kirby v. Illinois. Confessions and Self Incrimination : Mallory v. United States ; Spano v. New York ; Rogers v. Richmond ; Massiah v. United States ; Malloy v. Hogan : Murphy v. Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor. Miranda v. Arizona ; Schmerber v. California : California v. Byers. Procedural Guarantees and the Administrative process : Communist Party of the United States v. Subversive Activities Control Board : DuBois Clubs of America v. Clark. Jencks v. United States : Palermo v. United States. Greene v. McElroy ; Hannah v. Larche ; Aptheker v. Secretary of State ; Shaughnessy v. United States ex rel. Mezei. Due process in punishment and rehabilitation : In re gault : In re Winship ; McKeiver v. Pennsylvania. Robinson v. California : Powell v. Texas. Specht v. Patterson ; Wyatt v. Stickney : The continuation of orders in the Wyatt Case. Furman v. Georgia --
4. Obtaining evidence : Searches, seizures, the exclusionary rule, and "stop and frisk" laws : Mapp v. Ohio : Bivens v. six unknown named agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. Wong Sun v. United States ; Cupp v. Murphy ; Schneckloth v. Bustamonte ; Chimel v. California ; Coolidge v. New Hampshire ; Cady v. Dombrowski : Almeida-Sanchez v. United States. Warden v. Hayden ; Rochin v. California : Blackford v. United States. Schmerber v. California ; Camara v. Municipal Court : See v. Seattle. Wyman v. James : Air Pollution Variance Board of the State of Colorado v. Western Alfalfa Corp. Terry v. Ohio : Cases on searches of the person incident to arrest from the October 1973 term. Sibron v. New York ; Peters v. New York. Wiretapping and Eavesdropping : Olmstead v. United States ; Hoffa v. United States ;Berger v. New York ; Katz v. United States ;United States v. United States District Court for Eastern District of Michigan : United States v. Giordano ; United States v. Chavez --
5. The right of privacy : Griswold v. Connecticut : Buchanan v. Batchelor. Eisenstadt v. Baird ; Roe v. Wade : Doe v. Bolton --6. Freedom of speech : The rise and fall of the "clear and present danger" test : Schenck v. United States : Abrams v. United States. Gitlow v. New York : Whitney v. California. Thomas v. Collins ; Terminiello v. Chicago : Feiner v. New York. Dennis v. United States : Yates v. United States ; Scales v. United States. Brandenburg v. Ohio. Freedom of thought and association : Konigsberg v. State Bar of California II : The Bar Admission Cases of the 1970 term. United States v. Robel ; Keyishian v. Board of Regents. Free speech- where and when : Adderley v. Florida ; Amalgamated Food Employees Union v. Logan Valley Plaza ; Cohen v. California. Symbolic speech : West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette : Nistad v. Board of Education of the City of New York. United States v. O'Brien ; Street v. New York ; Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District --
7. Freedom of the press : Censorship and prior restraint : Near v. Minnesota ; Times Film Corp. v. Chicago : Freedman v. Maryland. New York Times Co. v. United States ; Branzburg v. Hayes. Obscenity : Roth v. United States ; Alberts v. California : A book named John Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure v. Attorney General of Massachusetts. Ginzburg v. United States : Mishkin v. New York ; Ginsberg v. New York. Stanley v. Georgia ; Miller v. California ; Paris Adult Theatre I v. Slaton. Libel : Beauharnais v. Illinois ; New York Times Co. v. Sullivan : Time, Inc. v. Hill. Curtis Publishing Co. v. Butts ; Associated Press v. Walker ; Rosenbloom v. Metromedia, Inc. Fair trial- free press : Sheppard v. Maxwell --
8. Freedom of religion : The establishment of religion : Engel v. Vitale ; Abington School District v. Schempp ; Murray v. Curlett ; McGowan v. Maryland ; Board of Education v. Allen ; Walz v. Tax Commission of City of New York ; Lemon v. Kurtzman ; Tilton v. Richardson : Committee for Public Education and Religious Liberty v. Nyquist. The free exercise of religious belief : Hamilton v. Regents of the University of California ; United States v. Ballard ; Braunfeld v. Brown ; Sherbert v. Verner ; United States v. Seeger : Welsh v. United States ; Gillette v. United States ; Negre v. Larsen. Wisconsin v. Yoder ; Leary v. United States.
Responsibility: [compiled] by Harold W. Chase and Craig R. Ducat.

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   schema:description "4. Obtaining evidence : Searches, seizures, the exclusionary rule, and "stop and frisk" laws : Mapp v. Ohio : Bivens v. six unknown named agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. Wong Sun v. United States ; Cupp v. Murphy ; Schneckloth v. Bustamonte ; Chimel v. California ; Coolidge v. New Hampshire ; Cady v. Dombrowski : Almeida-Sanchez v. United States. Warden v. Hayden ; Rochin v. California : Blackford v. United States. Schmerber v. California ; Camara v. Municipal Court : See v. Seattle. Wyman v. James : Air Pollution Variance Board of the State of Colorado v. Western Alfalfa Corp. Terry v. Ohio : Cases on searches of the person incident to arrest from the October 1973 term. Sibron v. New York ; Peters v. New York. Wiretapping and Eavesdropping : Olmstead v. United States ; Hoffa v. United States ;Berger v. New York ; Katz v. United States ;United States v. United States District Court for Eastern District of Michigan : United States v. Giordano ; United States v. Chavez -- 5. The right of privacy : Griswold v. Connecticut : Buchanan v. Batchelor. Eisenstadt v. Baird ; Roe v. Wade : Doe v. Bolton --6. Freedom of speech : The rise and fall of the "clear and present danger" test : Schenck v. United States : Abrams v. United States. Gitlow v. New York : Whitney v. California. Thomas v. Collins ; Terminiello v. Chicago : Feiner v. New York. Dennis v. United States : Yates v. United States ; Scales v. United States. Brandenburg v. Ohio. Freedom of thought and association : Konigsberg v. State Bar of California II : The Bar Admission Cases of the 1970 term. United States v. Robel ; Keyishian v. Board of Regents. Free speech- where and when : Adderley v. Florida ; Amalgamated Food Employees Union v. Logan Valley Plaza ; Cohen v. California. Symbolic speech : West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette : Nistad v. Board of Education of the City of New York. United States v. O'Brien ; Street v. New York ; Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District --"@en ;
   schema:description "7. Freedom of the press : Censorship and prior restraint : Near v. Minnesota ; Times Film Corp. v. Chicago : Freedman v. Maryland. New York Times Co. v. United States ; Branzburg v. Hayes. Obscenity : Roth v. United States ; Alberts v. California : A book named John Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure v. Attorney General of Massachusetts. Ginzburg v. United States : Mishkin v. New York ; Ginsberg v. New York. Stanley v. Georgia ; Miller v. California ; Paris Adult Theatre I v. Slaton. Libel : Beauharnais v. Illinois ; New York Times Co. v. Sullivan : Time, Inc. v. Hill. Curtis Publishing Co. v. Butts ; Associated Press v. Walker ; Rosenbloom v. Metromedia, Inc. Fair trial- free press : Sheppard v. Maxwell -- 8. Freedom of religion : The establishment of religion : Engel v. Vitale ; Abington School District v. Schempp ; Murray v. Curlett ; McGowan v. Maryland ; Board of Education v. Allen ; Walz v. Tax Commission of City of New York ; Lemon v. Kurtzman ; Tilton v. Richardson : Committee for Public Education and Religious Liberty v. Nyquist. The free exercise of religious belief : Hamilton v. Regents of the University of California ; United States v. Ballard ; Braunfeld v. Brown ; Sherbert v. Verner ; United States v. Seeger : Welsh v. United States ; Gillette v. United States ; Negre v. Larsen. Wisconsin v. Yoder ; Leary v. United States."@en ;
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   schema:description "Levy v. Louisiana ; Labine v. Vincent : Weber v. Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. Shapiro v. Thompson ; Dandridge v. Williams ; James v. Valtierra ; Reed v. Reed ; San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez : Other equal protection cases from the 1972 term -- 3. Due process of law : Due process and the Federal system: the selective incorporation of the Bill of Rights into the Fourteenth Amendment : Barron v. The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore ; Butchers Benevolent Ass'n v. Crescent City Livestock Landing & Slaughterhouse Co. ; Hurtado v. California ; Palko v. Connecticut ; Adamson v. California ; Rochin v. California ; Griswold v. Connecticut ; Duncan v. Louisiana ; Williams v. Florida ; Apodaca v. Oregon. The right to council : Powell v. Alabama ; Gideon v. Wainwright : Argersinger v. Hamlin. Escobedo v. Illinois ; Miranda v. Arizona ; United States v. Wade : Kirby v. Illinois. Confessions and Self Incrimination : Mallory v. United States ; Spano v. New York ; Rogers v. Richmond ; Massiah v. United States ; Malloy v. Hogan : Murphy v. Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor. Miranda v. Arizona ; Schmerber v. California : California v. Byers. Procedural Guarantees and the Administrative process : Communist Party of the United States v. Subversive Activities Control Board : DuBois Clubs of America v. Clark. Jencks v. United States : Palermo v. United States. Greene v. McElroy ; Hannah v. Larche ; Aptheker v. Secretary of State ; Shaughnessy v. United States ex rel. Mezei. Due process in punishment and rehabilitation : In re gault : In re Winship ; McKeiver v. Pennsylvania. Robinson v. California : Powell v. Texas. Specht v. Patterson ; Wyatt v. Stickney : The continuation of orders in the Wyatt Case. Furman v. Georgia --"@en ;
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