May it please the court : the most significant oral arguments made before the Supreme Court since 1955 /
|Published:||New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton, 1993.|
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Table of Contents:
- Pt. 1. "Secure the blessings of liberty" : case 1, Baker v. Carr.
- case 2, United States v. Nixon.
- case 3, Deshaney v. Winnebago Country. ; Pt. 2. "Congress shall make no law" : case 4, Abington School District v. Schempp.
- case 5, Edwards v. Aguillard.
- case 6, Wisconsin v. Yoder.
- case 7, Cox v. Louisiana.
- case 8, Tinker v. Des Moines.
- case 9, Communist Party v. Subversive Activities Control Board.
- case 10, Texas v. Johnson.
- case 11, New York Times v. United States. ; Pt. 3. "In all criminal prosecutions" : case 12, Gideon v. Wainwright.
- case 13, Terry v. Ohio.
- case 14, Miranda v. Arizona.
- case 15, Gregg v. Georgia. ; Pt. 4. "The equal protection of the laws" : case 16, Cooper v. Aaron.
- case 17, Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States.
- case 18, Loving v. Virginia.
- case 19, Palmer v. Thompson.
- case 20, Regents v. Bakke.
- case 21, San Antonio v. Rodriguez. ; Pt. 5. "A right of personal privacy" : case 22, Roe v. Wade.
- case 23, Bowers v. Hardwick. ; Guide to Supreme Court justices.