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Author Tushnet, Mark
Title I Dissent : Great Opposing Opinions in Landmark Supreme Court Cases
Imprint Boston : Beacon Press, 2008
©2008
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Note Intro -- Introduction: Why Dissent? -- Chapter 1: "The legislature is entitled to all the deference that is due the judiciary." -- Chapter 2: "Experience should teach us wisdom." -- Chapter 3: "Among those for whom and whose posterity the Constitution was ordained and established." -- Chapter 4: "To enable the black race to take the rank of mere citizens." -- Chapter 5: "There is no caste here." -- Chapter 6: "Room for debate and for an honest difference of opinion." -- Chapter 7: "Men feared witches and burned women." -- Chapter 8: "Almost anything-marriage, birth, death-may in some fashion affect commerce." -- Chapter 9: "The ugly abyss of racism." -- Chapter 10: "Refrain from invidious discriminations." -- Chapter 11: "Our decision does not end but begins the struggle over segregation." -- Chapter 12: "To attribute, however flatteringly, omnicompetence to judges." -- Chapter 13: "A sterile metaphor which by its very nature may distort rather than illumine the problems." -- Chapter 14: "I get nowhere in this case by talk about a constitutional 'right of privacy.' " -- Chapter 15: "That is what this suit is about. Power." -- Chapter 16 :"Do not believe it." -- Conclusion -- Sources and Additional Readings
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Tushnet, Mark I Dissent : Great Opposing Opinions in Landmark Supreme Court Cases Boston : Beacon Press,c2008 9780807000366
Subject United States. -- Supreme Court -- History.;Judicial opinions -- United States -- Cases.;Judicial review -- United States -- Cases.;Constitutional law -- United States -- Cases
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