The relation of the judiciary to the Constitution / by William M. Meigs.
1 online resource (248 pages).
Congress and the courts. World Constitutions Illustrated.
Formatted Contents Note
The British colonies in North America The public beliefs of our colonial days Fundamental law and Coke's doctine during revolutionary days Our first actual judicial decisions that laws violated the Constitution and were hence to be held void Rutgers v. Waddington Review, Bayard v. Singleton The Constitutional Convention of 1787 The Constitution before the people, and the ratifying conventions Rapid spread of the doctrine after 1789 The degree of conclusiveness attached to judicial decisions.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of Description
Description based on PDF title page, viewed September 30, 2012.