Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court
Congressional Quarterly, Incorporated, 1979 - Law - 1022 pages
This reference work for the layman describes the origins of the Court; the Court and the Federal System; individual rights and liberties; Court administration; members of the Court; and major decisions made by the Supreme Court.
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