The Supreme Court in American politics : judicial activism vs. judicial restraint /
- Publication info:
- Lexington, Mass. : Heath, [c1972]
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- The Supreme Court in American politics : judicial activism vs. judicial restraint / Edited and with an introd. by David F. Forte.
- Main Author:
- Forte, David F.,
Lexington, Mass. : Heath, 1972
- Physical Description:
viii, 96 p. ; 24 cm.
Table of Contents
- Judicial self-restraint, by J. P. Roche.
- Judicial policy making, by G. Schubert.
- When a court should intervene, by L. Hand.
- The orthodox, or anti-activist view: Mr. Justice Frankfurter, by W. Mendelson.
- The Warren Court and the Bill of rights, by A. T. Mason.
- The Supreme Court and freedom of speech, by M. Shapiro.
- Toward neutral principles of constitutional law, by H. Wechsler.
- The myth of neutrality in constitutional adjudication, by A. S. Miller and R. F. Howell.
- The Bill of rights and the Constitution, by J. M. Harlan.
- Is the Warren Court too "political"? by A. M. Bickel.
- The Supreme Court as a political institution, by R. H. Jackson.
- A holding of "not unconstitutional"; law reform through judicial abstention, by W. H. Rodgers, Jr.
- The First amendment in the balance, by L. B. Frantz.
- The checking work of judicial review, by C. L. Black, Jr.
- The Supreme Court and state civil liberties, by L. P. Beth.
- The role of the Supreme Court in a democratic society; judicial activism or restraint? By J. S. Wright.
- Toward a political Supreme Court, by P. B. Kurland.
- Suggestions for additional reading (p. 95-96)