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From these circumstances emerged the court whose decision to recount the presidential election votes was reversed by the U. Semi-annually, the Society publishes the Journal of Supreme Court History, which features articles by the justices, noted academicians, solicitors general, and other noted contributors.

Retired Associate Justice byron r. At a time when the courts are poised to assume greater responsibilities, this work reveals the challenges faced by an earlier court in arbitrating constitutional struggles over power and liberty.

This court presided through two world wars, the issues of desegregation and growth management, court scandals, and the emergence of drug trafficking in South Florida. Along with Street Law, Inc. All of the men who served on the tribunal during the period appear unencumbered by the mystique of their office.

Manley and Brown's new volume does its predecessor proud. Founded in by the late Chief Justice warren e. In cooperation with Congressional Quarterly, Inc. The series has been published by the Columbia University Press. The authors delve deeply into controversies within the supreme court, including the associations, interests, and actions of individual tribunal members.

The authors delve deeply into controversies within the Supreme Court, including the associations, interests, and actions of individual tribunal members. One of the few such studies of any state supreme court in the United States, it provides insights into judicial, political, and governmental processes applicable beyond the state. Legal, Ethical and Social Challenges for the s. Virtually all jurists on the appellate courts during the era held other prominent positions in business or government.

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