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The Supreme Court and the uses of history.

Miller, Charles A.

The Supreme Court and the uses of history.

by Miller, Charles A.

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Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Supreme Court.

  • Edition Notes

    First published by Harvard University Press 1969.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination234p.
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22790378M
    ISBN 100671210610
    OCLC/WorldCa78761063

    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. The history of the Supreme Court of the United States: With biographies of all the chief and associate justices (Burt Franklin research & source. classics in history and social science, ) by Carson, Hampton L and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

      “We trust that the Supreme Court will see fit to correct the Second Circuit’s reductive understanding of fair use.”, Authors Guild, Oct. 16, , “2nd Circuit Leaves Authors High and Dry” (Press Release). Liptak, Adam (Ap ). “Challenge to Google Books Is Declined by Supreme Court”. New York Times. Retrieved April   U.S. Supreme Court History. United States Supreme Court Website. Mr. Gunderson was Clerk of the Supreme Court from This book was produced on or shortly after July 1, This online version is based on a retyped and renumbered manuscript produced June,

      Hanging on the wall of his Harvard Law School office, Professor Richard Lazarus has a framed copy of the Massachusetts v. EPA ruling signed by Justice John Paul Stevens. It is a symbol of the significance of the case for Lazarus, who has written the book “The Rule of Five: Making Climate Change History at the Supreme Court,” which tells the inside story of the landmark environmental .   Koh also served as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun. Ruben Castillo, 54 -- A United States District Court judge in Chicago, Castillo was appointed by President Clinton in The judge is the son of a Mexican immigrant father and a Puerto Rican mother, and he was the first member of his family to graduate from college.


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The book divided the Court's history into sections highlighted by their Chief Justice (i.e., the Marshall Court, the Warren Court), and talked about the personalities and judicial capabilities of the Chief, the notable associate justices, key cases, and the effects their decisions had on the history/5.The four factors of analysis for fair use set forth above derive from the opinion of Joseph Story in Folsom v.

Marsh, in which the defendant had copied pages from the plaintiff's volume biography of George Washington in order to produce a separate two-volume work of his own. The court rejected the defendant's fair use defense with the following explanation.The Judicial Branch is a history of the Supreme Court of the United States, organized by Chief Supreme Court of the United States is the only court specifically established by the Constitution of the United States, implemented in ; under the Judiciary Act ofthe Court was to be composed of six members—though the number of justices has been nine for most of its history.