9 edition of The Warren Court found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Bernard Schwartz.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Bernard, 1923-|
|LC Classifications||KF8742.A5 W367 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 406 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||95026376|
THE WARREN COURT AND AMERICAN POLITICS: AN IMPRESSIONISTIC APPRECIATION THE WARREN COURT AND AMERICAN POLITICS. By Lucas A. (Scot) Powe, Jr.1 Harvard University Press. Pp. $ Roger K. Newman2 Scot Powe has written a marvelous book—every page chal-. On the opening page of his short book, The Warren Court and the Pursuit of Justice, Harvard Professor Morton J. Horwitz writes that it is “increasingly recognized as a unique and revolutionary chapter in American Constitutional history” where the Court “regularly handed down opinions that have transformed American constitutional.
In Eisenhower vs. Warren, two-time New York Times Notable Book author James F. Simon examines the years of strife between them that led Eisenhower to say that his biggest mistake as president was appointing that “dumb son of a bitch Earl Warren.” This momentous, poisonous relationship is presented here at last in one : Liveright Publishing Corporation. In one sense the Warren Court's "revolution" in American criminal procedure may be said to. have been launched by the case of Griffin v. Illinois (establishing an indigent criminal defendant's right to a free transcript on appeal, at least under certain circumstances) and to have been significantly advanced by two cases: Gideon by: 2.
The Warren Court amounted to a third American revolution of sorts, after the original and the Reconstruction era. Its decisions on the allocation of power in American political life helped. The Warren Court | Earl Warren served as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from until the end of the tumultuous s. This book shows why conservative critics still view this court as out of control and leftist, while its liberal fans still cheer what they view as the court's progressive this court's contributions to American life are the rights accorded to the.
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This book explains why. "The Warren Court and the Pursuit of Justice" is a gem of popular legal history. It tells the story of how the Warren Court breathed life into the Constitution by ending school segregation, expanding freedom of speech, constitutionalizing state criminal justice systems, and requiring states to draw electoral districts on the principle of one man/one by: Morton Horwitz's book offers its readers a short and easily digestible overview of the main personalities and cases associated with the Supreme Court in the s and s.
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The Warren Court and Civil Rights Earl Warren served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from – The Warren Court is most often remembered as an active Court that decided key cases significantly extending the protection of Civil Rights as well as federal and judicial power.
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The Warren Court. [John P Frank; Yousuf Karsh] -- Points out the Court's enormous burden, and what part of it each Supreme Court justice has taken on his own shoulders.
Tells in detail how each individual's life, experience, and outlook have shaped. A Warren Court of Our Own in the media New book chronicles pivotal era in court’s history – North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Carolina Academic Press • Kent St, Durham NC • () ; Fax () Pages: The Warren Court, The re-argument of school segregation proceeded on schedule in December with 51 amicus curiae, "friend of the court," briefs—a record number up to that time.
OnChief Justice Earl Warren read the momentous opinion for a unanimous Court: " in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place.". Although it is a very incomplete history, Horwitz’s little book does a superb job of capturing the essence of the Warren Court.
This was, he emphasizes, “the first Supreme Court in American history to champion the legal position of the underdog and the outsider in American society” (13).Author: Cristil.
Less an introduction to the Warren Court than a paean to it. Harvard law professor Horwitz developed the material for this very short book through teaching an undergraduate course on the subject. The result has little to offer readers who are familiar with the constitutional struggles of the past few decades, but may be of some use for those needing a primer, especially high-school and college.
Earl Warren () was a prominent 20th century leader of American politics and law. Elected California governor inWarren secured major reform legislation during his three terms in office.
After failing to claim the Republican nomination for the presidency, he was appointed the 14th chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in “ The Warren Court and American Politics is a spectacularly good book.
Written for an audience of educated non-lawyers, it provides the best available account of the relationship between the Warren Court’s liberalism and American politics during the entire period of Earl Warren’s tenure It retrieves the nearly forgotten period of stalemate.
The Warren Court, [Arnold S Rice] -- Analyzes a particular period in the history of the Court, and explores the interaction and the relationship between the. Book Overview The tenure of Earl Warren as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court () was marked by a series of decisions unique in the history of the Court for the progressive agenda they bespoke.
The Warren Court and American Politics from a wide range of sources on the Warren court. The book's structure--four chronological parts divided into thematic chapters (civil rights, domestic.“The men who made up the Warren Court changed America forever. Morton Horwitz has written the best accessible general history of how they did it.” —Eben Moglin, Columbia Law School “In this modest and very moving book, Morton Horwitz summarizes the achievements of the Supreme Court under Earl Warren Cited by: "In this wonderfully accessible book, Stone and Strauss take on the perennial claim that the Warren Court represents judicial 'activism' run amok.
As they convincingly argue, although the Warren Court completely transformed the American legal landscape, it did so in ways that were entirely consistent with the logic and values of the Brand: Oxford University Press.