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" not to make the federal judiciary "a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the states, on the civil rights of their own citizens, with authority to nullify such as it did not approve. "
THE THEORY OF SOCIAL REVOLUTIONS - Page 99
by BROOKS ADAMS - 1913
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Constitutional Law as Fiction: Narrative in the Rhetoric of Authority

L. H. LaRue - Law - 2010
...reversal of the judgments of the Supreme Court of Louisiana in these cases, would constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States,...with authority to nullify such as it did not approve as consistent with those rights, as they existed at the time of the adoption of this amendment. The...
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Rational Individualism: The Perennial Philosophy of Legal Interpretation

Roger Simonds - Jurisprudence - 1995 - 298 pages
...state legislation, but..still further, such a construction.. in these cases would constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the states,...with authority to nullify such as it did not approve as consistent with those rights... This provoked a dissent from four justices. The reasoning of the...
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Rational Individualism: The Perennial Philosophy of Legal Interpretation

Roger Simonds - Jurisprudence - 1995 - 298 pages
...state legislation, bus. still further, such a construction...in these cases would constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the states,...their own citizens, with authority to nullify such as is did not approve as consistent with those rights... This provoked a dissent from four justices. The...
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The Chief Justiceship of Melville W. Fuller, 1888-1910

James W. Ely - Law - 1995 - 248 pages
...the Fourteenth Amendment, the justices declared that a contrary ruling would “constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States on the civil rights of their own citizens.” Justices Stephen J. Field and Joseph P. Bradley filed spirited dissents. Anticipating substantive due...
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The Supreme Court, Race, and Civil Rights: From Marshall to Rehnquist

Abraham L. Davis, Barbara Luck Graham - Law - 1995 - 483 pages
...reversal of the judgments of the Supreme Court of Louisiana in these cases, would constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States, on the civil rights of theirown citizens, with authority to nullify such as it did not approve as consistent with those rights,...
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The Ninth Amendment and the Politics of Creative Jurisprudence: Disparaging ...

Marshall L. DeRosa - Law - 216 pages
The Ninth Amendment holds that every right not explicitly granted to the federal government by the Constitution belongs to the states or to the individual. Further, those ...
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The Lost World of Classical Legal Thought : Law and Ideology in America ...

William M. Wiecek Congdon Professor of Public Law Syracuse University - Law - 1998 - 296 pages
...States?" he asked rhetorically. He provided his own answer: it if did, the Supreme Court would become "a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States, on the civil rights of their own citizens." far-reaching and pervading, so great a departure from the structure and spirit of our institutions;...
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A New Birth of Freedom: Human Rights, Named and Unnamed

Charles Lund Black - Civil rights - 1997 - 175 pages
...of the Supreme Court of Louisiana in these cases, would constitute this court a perpetual censorupon all legislation of the States, on the civil rights...with authority to nullify such as it did not approve as consistent with those rights, as they existed at the time of the adoption of this amendment. The...
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The Shifting Wind: The Supreme Court and Civil Rights from Reconstruction to ...

John R. Howard - Political Science - 1999 - 393 pages
...interpret the Fourteenth Amendment otherwise, the majority declared, “would constitute this court a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States, on the civil rights of their own citizens, with the authority to nullify such as it did not approve.” It followed, the majority concluded, that “the...
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A Practical Companion to the Constitution: How the Supreme Court Has Ruled ...

Jethro Koller Lieberman - Law - 1999 - 796 pages
...protecting those who were once slaves. The Fourteenth Amendment, the Court declared, was not to become “a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the...states on the civil rights of their own citizens.” This was a famous wrong prediction. Within thirty years the Court would be doing precisely what it...
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