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The Supreme Court under Earl Warren. Edited with an introd. by Leonard W. Levy.

[New York] Quadrangle Books [1972] .
ISBN 0812902408

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Subjects United States. Supreme Court.
Description 263 p. 22 cm.
Notes "A New York times book."
Contents Cahn, E. Brief for the Supreme Court.--Brennan, W. J. Inside view of the High Court.--Schwartz, B. "Warren Court"--an opinion.--Westin, A. F. When the public judges the Court.--Westin, A. F. Also on the bench: "dominant opinion".--Lewis, A. Historic change in the Supreme Court.--Steel, L. M. Nine men in black who think white.--Bishop, J. W. The Warren Court is not likely to be overruled.--Lewis, A. What qualities for the Court?--Lewis, A. An appreciation of Justice Frankfurter.--Lewis, A. Justice Black at 75: still the dissenter.--Rodell, F. It is the Earl Warren Court.--Lewis, A. A man born to act, not to muse.--Lewis, A. A talk with Warren on crime, the Court, the country.--Rodell, F. Crux of the Court hullabaloo.--Jaffe, L. L. The Court debated--another view.--Rodell, F. The "Warren Court" stands its ground.--Bickel, A. M. Is the Warren Court too "political"?--Kurland, P. B. The Court should decide less and explain more.--Levy, L. W. Editor's epilogue.--Bibliography (p. [252]-254)
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00594840
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