The Supreme Court under Earl Warren. / Edited with an introd. by Leonard W. Levy.
[New York] : Quadrangle Books, 
263 pages ; 22 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Cahn, E. Brief for the Supreme Court. Brennan, W. J. Inside view of the High Court. Schwartz, B. "Warren Court" an opinion. Westin, A. F. When the public judges the Court. Westin, A. F. Also on the bench: "dominant opinion". Lewis, A. Historic change in the Supreme Court. Steel, L. M. Nine men in black who think white. Bishop, J. W. The Warren Court is not likely to be overruled. Lewis, A. What qualities for the Court? Lewis, A. An appreciation of Justice Frankfurter. Lewis, A. Justice Black at 75: still the dissenter. Rodell, F. It is the Earl Warren Court. Lewis, A. A man born to act, not to muse. Lewis, A. A talk with Warren on crime, the Court, the country. Rodell, F. Crux of the Court hullabaloo. Jaffe, L. L. The Court debated another view. Rodell, F. The "Warren Court" stands its ground. Bickel, A. M. Is the Warren Court too "political"? Kurland, P. B. The Court should decide less and explain more. Levy, L. W. Editor's epilo...