DISSENT IN THE SUPREME COURT
Item #: 3594
Pages: xii, 584 pp.
Published: Norman; University of Oklahoma Press; 1969. Reprinted in 1991.
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
The Supreme Court is the least understood institution of thefederal government. In an effort to enlarge the understand-ing of the Court and its work, this book presents a fullydocumented account of the Court from its founding, tracedthrough its decisions, particularly those decisions to whichCourt justices have dissented, for it was those decisionsthat involved the significant issues of the times.
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