Congress v. the Supreme Court

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Harvard University Press, 1969 - Law - 424 pages
Examines the ways in which the Supreme Court's appellate jurisdiction is threatened by congress's power to control inferior court appeals

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Fear of Legislative Despotism
Protection of Private Rights
Crosskeys Presumption Against Judicial Review

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About the author (1969)

Raoul Berger was Charles Warren Senior Fellow in American Legal History at the Harvard Law School. Among his books is "Executive Privilege: A Constitutional Myth".