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17 Books to Help You Understand the Supreme Court Whether you want to show off your knowledge of the Supreme Court or simply understand what is happening right now, we have a few books for you.
This nonfiction list includes explanations of past cases and situations, and even a few books by the justices themselves.
Thom Hartmann, the most popular progressive radio host in America and a New York Times bestselling author, lays out a sweeping and largely unknown history of the Supreme Court of the United States, from Alexander Hamilton's arguments against judicial review to modern-day debates, with key examples of cases where the Supreme Court overstepped its constitutional powers using the excuse of judicial /5(60).
includes oaths of office, speeches, docket books, miscellaneous papers of Justices, as well as some documents relating to the construction and architecture of the Supreme Court Building.
To request access to the small collection of historic docket books, please follow these Instructions. When the Supreme Court Had to Read an 18th-Century Erotic Novel "Fanny Hill" was taboo for over years, making it one of the most famous banned books in history.
Author:Author: Becky Little. List of United States Supreme Court cases by volume. By term (since ) These lists contain detailed tables about each term, including which Justices filed the Court's opinion, dissenting and concurring opinions in each case, and information about Justices joining opinions.
The tables conclude with term statistics and concordance data. Every year, new books are published that highlight various aspects of the Court's history, the Justices' lives, and the cases that get decided.
And while you might not be able to bill for reading biographies, memoirs, and historical texts, if the High Court is a subject of interest to you, some of the following books might make for some good Author: George Khoury, Esq.
Books shelved as supreme-court: The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin, The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court by Bob W. The Supreme Court: Landmark Cases (Continued) New York Times Co.
Sullivan, To win a libel case, public figures must prove “actual malice” on the part of the writer. Inthe Times published an ad critical of an elected commissioner of an Alabama city. The commissioner sued for libel and won. Speaking for a widely divided court, Chief Justice Taney ruled that Dred Scott was not a citizen and had no standing in court; Scott’s residence in a free state and territory had not made him free since he returned to Missouri; Congress had no power to prohibit slavery in a territory (based on the 5th Amendment right of a person to be secure.
The Special Prosecutor asked the Supreme Court of the United States to hear the case before the lower appeals court ruled on the President's appeal to deny the subpoena. By an 80 vote, the Court decided that President Nixon must hand over the specific tapes and documents to the Special Prosecutor.
The book reflects back on the history of many Supreme Court cases and the arguments/beliefs Justices would use to determine cases. The biggest repeat theme seems to be the slippery slope argument that seems to be used in every case.4/5.
Indeed, there are enough horrendous Supreme Court opinions to fill a book, or at least a blog post, and many of the Court's worst decisions still stand as good law. Here is our overview of the 13 most terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Supreme Court decisions.
This casebook is a collection of the landmark cases of the Supreme Court's interpretation of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. The text of each case contains the page numbers of the official reporter for purposes of reference and citation.
The book also contains a copy of the US : U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage instantly will enter the pantheon of landmark Supreme Court cases, and for good reason.
It settles the major civil rights issue of. Landmark Cases: 12 Historic Supreme Court Decisions, written by longtime Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro, is a special edition companion to C-SPAN’s Landmark Cases original history series.
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Let’s turn to books about the people beneath the black robes, beginning with Jeff Shesol’s history of Franklin Roosevelt’s Judicial Procedures Reform Bill.
It provides plenty of personal background about the justices who sat on the Supreme Court when President Roosevelt tried to change the size of it, in what came to be known as the court-packing plan. 2 Supreme Court Case Studies Supreme Court Case Study 1 (continued) DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.
Why is the Marbury case important in the history of the Supreme Court. In what way did the Marbury decision enhance the system of checks and balances provided for in the Constitution. Landmark Cases: Historic Supreme Court Decisions is a series first aired by C-SPAN in the fall of about 12 key cases argued in front of the U.S.
Supreme Court. A second season aired in the winter and spring ofin which 12 additional cases were discussed. Each episode is 90 minutes long, airs live, and examines a specific case in al network: C-SPAN. C-SPAN Publishes Companion Book to New Special History Series Landmark Cases: 12 Historic Supreme Court Decisions by Tony Mauro (For Immediate Release, Septem ) – In conjunction with its fall series, C-SPAN is publishing Landmark Cases: 12 Historic Supreme Court Decisions, written by longtime Supreme Court correspondent Tony Size: KB.
Inthe power of the judicial branch was more clearly defined with the landmark supreme court case Marbury court case and the others listed here are those that have had a significant impact on determining the abilities of the U.S. Supreme Court to determine civil rights cases and clarifies the power of the federal government over state's rights.
In The Supreme Court: Landmark Decisions, veteran court reporter Tony Mauro picks out the twenty most momentous Supreme Court cases in United States history. In his reviews of Marbury v. Madison, the case that first affirmed the Supreme Court’s status as the country’s final legal arbiter, to Obergefell v.1/5(1).
Peter Iron's book, A People's History of the Supreme Court, was a joy to read through all the many hours I was engrossed in this immense book. He puts his ideological cards on the table in the introduction and then, if you have any spark of liberal spirit inside you, you go along for the ride as Irons takes the reader through over two hundred 5/5(5).
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Pico, U.S. (), was a case in which the United States Supreme Court split on the First Amendment issue of local school boards removing library books from junior high schools and Citations: U.S.
(more) S. ; 73 L. When Brown’s case and four other cases related to school segregation first came before the Supreme Court inthe Court combined them into a single case.
The Supreme Court’s caseload has increased steadily over the decades, but the process by which justices choose which cases to hear remains.
The case made its way to the Supreme Court, where a closely divided Court ruled 5 to 4 in favor of the students. Writing for the plurality, Justice Brennan held that the First Amendment includes the right to read library books of a student’s choosing and that while school officials have significant authority to control the content of speech.A comprehensive history of the people and cases that have changed history, this is the definitive account of the nation's highest court Recent changes in the Supreme Court have placed the venerable institution at the forefront of current affairs, making this comprehensive and engaging work as /5.