Fiat Money: A Review of the Decisions of the United States Supreme Court as to Its Constitutionality (Classic Reprint)
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The Dred Scott decision, however, opened the eyes of the public to the fact that the judicial mind was not always free from political prejudice, and that strictly judicial considerations do not always prevail or predominate in the deliberations of legal tribunals, even of the highest grade.
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