U.S. Supreme Court, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1587654083
  • ISBN-13: 9781587654084
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1528 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released July 2008
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Magill's Choice: The U.S. Supreme Court is an affordable, comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the history and functions of the Supreme Court. There are articles on all the Justices, including those appointed by George W. Bush, articles on key constitutional issues and more than 110 on landmark cases. Well-organized and clearly written, this title offers the additional advantage of coming out at a time when the Supreme Court itself is undergoing important changes that need to be explained. Covered here are issues such as the Court responding to the aftermath of 9/11, the complications of the 2000 presidential election, U.S. involvement in Iraq and the replacement of two justices, including the chief justice. The U.S. Supreme Court contains essays on types of law (such as administrative law, bankruptcy law, and state constitutions), individual pieces of legislation, and clauses and amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Publisher's Note.
Contributors.
Editor's Introduction.
Abington School District v. Schempp.
1: Abortion.
Adamson v. California.
Adarand Constructors v. Peña.
2: Advisory Opinions.
3: Affirmative Action.
4: Age Discrimination.
5: Samuel A. Alito, Jr..
Allgeyer v. Louisiana.
6: Americans with Disabilities Act.
7: Antitrust Law.
8: Appellate Jurisdiction.
Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition.
9: Freedom of Assembly and Association.
10: Automobile Searches.
11: Bad Tendency Test.
12: Bail.
Baker v. Carr.
13: Henry Baldwin.
14: Bankruptcy Law.
15: Philip P. Barbour.
Barnes v. Glen Theatre.
Barron v. Baltimore.
Batson v. Kentucky.
16: Bill of Attainder.
17: Bill of Rights.
18: Birth Control and Contraception.
19: Hugo L. Black.
20: Harry A. Blackmun.
21: John Blair, Jr..
22: Samuel Blatchford.
Boerne v. Flores.
Bolling v. Sharpe.
Boy Scouts of America v. Dale.
23: Joseph P. Bradley.
Bradwell v. Illinois.
24: Louis D. Brandeis.
Brandenburg v. Ohio.
25: William J. Brennan, Jr..
26: David J. Brewer.
27: Stephen G. Breyer.
28: Briefs.
29: Henry B. Brown.
Brown v. Board of Education.
Brown v. Mississippi.
Buck v. Bell.
30: Warren E. Burger.
31: Harold H. Burton.
Bush v. Gore.
32: Pierce Butler.
33: James F. Byrnes.
Calder v. Bull.
34: John A. Campbell.
35: Capital Punishment.
36: Capitalism.
37: Benjamin N. Cardozo.
United States v. Carolene Products Co..
38: John Catron.
39: Censorship.
40: Writ of Certiorari.
41: Salmon P. Chase.
42: Samuel Chase.
Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Co. v. Chicago.
43: Chief Justice.
Chimel v. California.
44: Chinese Exclusion Cases.
Chisholm v. Georgia.
Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. Hialeah.
45: Circuit Riding.
46: Citizenship.
47: Civil Law.
48: Civil Rights Cases.
49: Civil Rights Movement.
50: Civil War.
51: Tom C. Clark.
52: John H. Clarke.
53: Clerks of the Justices.
54: Nathan Clifford.
Clinton v. City of New York.
Clinton v. Jones.
55: Cold War.
56: Comity Clause.
57: Regulation of Commerce.
58: Common Law.
59: Conference of the Justices.
60: Constitutional Interpretation.
61: Constitutional Law.
62: Freedom of Contract.
63: Contracts Clause.
64: Right to Counsel.
65: Court-Packing Plan.
United States v. Cruikshank.
Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health.
66: Benjamin R. Curtis.
United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp..
67: William Cushing.
68: Peter V. Daniel.
United States v. Darby Lumber Co..
69: David Davis.
70: William R. Day.
71: In re Debs.
DeJonge v. Oregon.
72: Delegation of Powers.
73: Right to Die.
74: Dissents.
75: Diversity Jurisdiction.
76: Double Jeopardy.
77: William O. Douglas.
78: Procedural Due Process.
79: Substantive Due Process.
Duncan v. Louisiana.
80: Gabriel Duvall.
81: Eighth Amendment.
82: Elastic Clause.
83: Eleventh Amendment.
84: Oliver Ellsworth.
85: Employment Discrimination.
Employment Division, Department of Human Resources v. Smith.
Engel v. Vitale.
86: Environmental Law.
Epperson v. Arkansas.
87: Equal Protection Clause.
88: Espionage Acts.
Everson v. Board of Education of Ewing Township.
89: Evolution and Creationism.
90: Exclusionary Rule.
91: Executive Agreements.
92: Executive Privilege.
93: Federalism.
Ferguson v. City of Charleston.
94: Stephen J. Field.
95: Fifteenth Amendment.
96: Fifth Amendment.
97: First Amendment.
98: Flag desecration.
Florida v. Bostick.
99: Abe Fortas.
100: Fourteenth Amendment.
101: Fourth Amendment.
102: Felix Frankfurter.
103: Full Faith and Credit.
104: Melville W. Fuller.
105: Fundamental Rights.