The Young Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (Young Oxford Companions) ePub download
by John J. Patrick
- ISBN: 0195078772
- ISBN13: 978-0195078770
- ePub: 1150 kb | FB2: 1573 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Biological Sciences
- Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 24, 1994)
- Pages: 368
- Rating: 4.7/5
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The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (Oxford Companions). The Congress of the United States: A Student Companion (Series in Affective Science). Introductory information on the chief and associate justices of the court includes their education, terms of government service outside the court, and major decisions that were handed down during their service. Appendixes include Terms of the Justices of the . Supreme Court and Visiting the Supreme Court Building. Black-and-white photographs, maps, political cartoons, and other illustrations are included.
Other new articles cover Fundamental rights doctrine, Intermediate scrutiny, Preferred freedoms doctrine, Strict scrutiny, and National security issues.
Illustrations include portraits, cartoons, and Supreme Court memorabilia. org to approved e-mail addresses.
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And as in all Oxford Companions, the contributors combine scholarship with engaging insight, giving us a sense of the personality and the inner workings of the Court
And as in all Oxford Companions, the contributors combine scholarship with engaging insight, giving us a sense of the personality and the inner workings of the Court. They examine everything from the wanderings of the Supreme Court (the first session was held on the second floor of the Royal Exchange Building in New York City, and the Court at times has met in a Congressional committee room, a tavern, a rented house, and finally, in 1935, its own building), to the Jackson-Black Feud and the clouded resignation.