Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxi-xlviii).
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[Part 1] THE RECALL [Part 1.1] General discussion Recall: its provisions and significance / H.S. Gilbertson Report of the Committee to oppose judicial recall / American Bar Association Operation of the recall in Oregon / James D. Barnett [Part 1.2] Affirmative discussion Initiative, referendum and recall / George W. Guthrie Plain talk about the recall / Frank A. Munsey Recall in Texas / Outlook Functions of the initiative, referendum and recall / Jonathan Bourne, Jr. Recall / Margaret A. Schaffner Recall in Seattle / Outlook Municipal progress in Los Angels / Charles D. Willard Conference for good city government: proceedings [Part 1.3] Negative discussion Representative as against direct government / Samuel W. McCall Menace of recall / American City Proposed reforms of the so-called progressives / James A. Tawney Why should we change our form of government? / Nicholas M. Butler Recall condemned / Archbishop Ireland [Part 2] RECALL OF JUDGES [Part 2.1] Affirmative discussion Recall of judges: a judicial affirmative / R.M. Wanamaker Nullifying the law by judicial interpretation / Harrison W. Smalley Recall of judges / T.J. Walsh Election and recall of federal judges / Robert L. Owen Recall of judges / James Manahan Democracy and the recall / Gwendolen Overton Recall of judges / Gilbert E. Roe [Part 2.2] Negative discussion Substitutes for the recall of judges / J. Hampden Dougherty Judicial recall: a fallacy repugnant to constitutional government / Rome G. Brown Independence of the judiciary the safeguard of free institutions / William B. Hornblower Recall of judges: a warning / Wendell P. Stafford Selection and removal of judges / Edward D. Selection Dangers that lurk in the recall of the judiciary / James A. Metcalf Report of the Committee to Oppose the Recall of Judges, 1912 / American Bar Association Recall of judges / Rome G. Brown Recall of judges / Albert Fink [Part 3] RECALL OF JUDICIAL DECISIONS [Part 3.1] Affirmative discussion Charter of democracy / Theodore Roosevelt Right of the people to rule / Theodore Roosevelt New method of constitutional amendment by popular vote / William Draper Lewis Recall of decisions / Berkeley Davids Dangers that lurk in the recall of the judiciary / James A. Metcalf [Part 3.2] Negative discussion Judicial decisions and public feeling / Elihu Root Constitutional chaos / Charles H. Hamil Recall of decisions: a fallacy / James B. McDonough Development of American constitutional law / Munroe Smith Judicial recall: a fallacy repugnant to constitutional government / Rome G. Brown Recall of judicial decisions / Ezra Ripley Thayer Independence of the judiciary the safeguard of free institutions / William B. Hornblower Recall of judicial decisions / Clarence D. Ashley [Part 4] SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR SECOND EDITION Municipal initiative, referendum and recall in practice / Charles F. Taylor The people's law / William Jennings Bryan Direct rule of the people / George Kennan Dilemma of the judicial recall advocate / Rome G. Brown Recall of judicial decisions / American Political Science Review Recall of the Ives decision / Nation Constitutional growth through recall of decisions / Donald R. Richberg Election of judicial judgments / Rome G. Brown Vote "No (x)" / Arthur O. Lee.
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Print version: Selected articles on the recall. 2nd ed. White Plains, N.Y. : H.W. Wilson, 1915