Dis Entitling The Poor

Author: Elizabeth Bussiere
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271038872
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The Warren Court, Welfare Rights, and the American Political Tradition Elizabeth
Bussiere. other parts of the country, New York City leaders were compelled to
take the Workingmen's movement seriously because of the strength of their ideas
(if not their specific political program). Chapter 3 illuminates how women leaders
during the Progressive era articulated an ethic of maternalism that proved to be
so popular that well over half the states established mothers' pensions. Chapter 4

Earl Warren And The Warren Court

Author: Harry N. Scheiber
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739116357
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This book offers a unique set of analyses that portray how innovations in American law generated by the Warren Court led to a reconsideration of law and the judicial role and in many areas of the world, to transformations in judicial ...

The Warren Court In Historical And Political Perspective

Author: Mark V. Tushnet
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 9780813916651
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The tenure of Earl Warren as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1953-69) was marked by a series of decisions unique in the history of the Court for the progressive agenda they bespoke. What made the Warren Court special?

America S Lone Star Constitution

Author: Lucas A. Powe
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520297814
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Powe brilliantly puts all these talents to work in a groundbreaking venture—describing how litigation from our largest state has shaped American constitutional law from the moment Texas entered the union."—Thomas G. Krattenmaker, Former ...

The Warren Court And The Pursuit Of Justice

Author: Morton J. Horwitz
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780809016259
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A study of the Supreme Court under the leadership of Chief Justice Earl Warren, from 1953 to 1969, discussing the impact of the liberal court's civil rights and civil liberties decisions on American constitutional law.

The Warren Court A Retrospective

Author: the late Bernard Schwartz
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195355840
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A judge-made revolution? The very term seems an oxymoron, yet this is exactly what the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren achieved.

The Role Of The Supreme Court In American Politics

Author: Richard Pacelle
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429975511
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incorporation (applying portions of the Bill of Rights to the states through the
Fourteenth Amendment); the Warren Court applied portions of the Fourth, Fifth,
Sixth, and Eighth Amendments to the states. In these and other areas, the Warren
Court issued decisions that dismantled a number of precedents, changed
legislative provisions, exercised judicial review, and dramatically expanded
portions of the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. The Warren Court struck down
20 federal laws ...

The Warren Court

Author: Melvin I. Urofsky
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 157607160X
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Explores the era, justices, key events, and decisions in landmark Supreme Court cases under Chief Justice Earl Warren.

American Politics Today

Author: John David Lees
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719018381
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Court was about to embark on a period of quite remarkable activity. The Warren
Court was, without a doubt, one of the great reforming courts of American judicial
history. There are two characteristics which distinguish the Warren Court from its
predecessors: (a) It was almost entirely unconcerned with economic issues,
unlike the New Deal Court or the post-Civil War Courts. The Warren Court was
preoccupied with civil rights, i.e. the rights of black Americans, and civil liberties.