Legal classics library. World constitutions illustrated. Civil rights and social justice.
"This volume commemorates the centennial of the Fourteenth Amendment. It contains the papers delivered at a centennial conference held at the New York University School of Law on October 1, 3, and 4, 1968."--Preface.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Landmarks of legal liberty / Willaim J. Brennan, Jr. Historical background of the fourteenth ammendment / Henry Steele Commager The amendment in operation: a historical overview / Bernard Schwartz Sanctity of the person / Walter V. Schaefer The fourteenth amendment and political rights / Robert B. McKay Religion and law / Harvey G. Cox Free speech in an age of violence / Merlo J. Pusey The ammendment and equality under the law / Abe Fortas Constitutional developments in Britain / Lord Denning Constitutional Developments in western Europe during the last century / Andre Mathiot Due process problems today in the United States / Erwin N. Griswold Constitutionalism in Canada: legislative power and a bill of rights / Bora Laskin Freedom and the communist constitutions / Harry Schwartz Due process in developing nations / Thomas M. Franck The United Nations and racial discrimination / C.V. Naraimhan Fourteenth amendment: retrospect and prospect / Earl Warren.
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