Dissent in the Supreme Court: A Chronology

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University of Oklahoma Press, 1969 - Dissenting opinions - 583 pages
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The Supreme Court is the least understood institution of the federal government. In an effort to enlarge the understand- ing of the Court and its work, this book presents a fully documented account of the Court from its founding, traced through its decisions, particularly those decisions to which Court justices have dissented, for it was those decisions that involved the significant issues of the times.

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