The Supreme Court as final arbiter in Federal-State relations, 1789-1957.


Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1958] .

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Subjects États-Unis. Supreme Court.
Federal government -- United States.
Federal government.
Gouvernement fédéral -- États-Unis.
USA -- Oberster Gerichtshof.
USA.
United States.
United States. Supreme Court.
Description viii, 241 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1958]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-235).
Contents The Origin of the Supreme Court's Power as Arbiter in Federal-State Relations -- The Formative Decade of the Supreme Court -- The Marshall Court, 1801-1835 -- The Taney Court, 1836-1864 -- The Chase Court, 1864-1873 -- The Waite Court, 1874-1888 -- The Fuller Court, 1888-1910 -- The White-Taft Court, 1911-1930 -- The Hughes Court, 1930-1941 -- The Court under Stone, Vinson, and Warren, 1941-1957.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)244381
(OCoLC)ocm00244381
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WorldCat Identities Schmidhauser, John R. 1922-
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