"This number of the Reference shelf supplements ... [v. 2, no. 8] of the same series Power of Congress to nullify Supreme Court decisions by Dormin J. Ettrude, published in 1924"--Introd.
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Bibliography: pages -57.
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Supreme Court of the United States and unconstitutional legislation / William Marshall Bullitt Some phases of the theory and practice of judicial review of legislation in foreign countries / Charles Grove Haines Liberal trends in the Supreme Court / Zechariah Chafee Supreme Court / Laurie Vold Limiting judicial review by act of Congress / Joseph L. Lewinson Mr. Justice Brandeis and the Constitution / Alpheus T. Mason Judicial veto wholly without authority in the Constitution / Walter Clark Supreme Court and the public / Felix Frankfurter Constitutionalism / A.K. Rogers Nullification of acts of Congress / David J. Lewis Argument in favor of maintaining the judicial power as now exercised / Jackson H. Ralston Child labor and the federal courts / Robert M. La Follette Supreme Court under fire Brief excerpts Truth about the origin, theory and practice of the judicial power to declare statutes unconstitutional Judicial review of legislation by the Supreme Court / Robert Von Moschzisker Supreme Court and popular self-government / William H. Taft Our Supreme Court goes liberal / Joseph Percival Pollard Principles of constitutional democracy and the New Deal / Raoul E. Desvernine Case for decentralization / John Marion Egan.
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Print version: Johnsen, Julia E. (Julia Emily). Limitation of power of Supreme court to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional. New York, H.W. Wilson, 1935