Wednesday, November 26, 2014

JSCH 39:3

Here are the contents of the Journal of Supreme Court History, 39:3 (November 2014)

Melvin I. Urofsky

“We always tell our children they are Americans”: Mendez v. Westminster and the beginning of the end of school segregation
Philippa Strum

Litigating racial justice at the grassroots: The Shelley family, black realtors, and Shelley v. Kraemer (1948)
Jeffrey D. Gonda

Civil disobedience, state action, and lawmaking outside the courts: Robert Bell's encounter with American law
Kenneth W. Mack

Mary Beth and John Tinker and Tinker v. Des Moines: Opening the schoolhouse gates to first amendment freedom
Kelly Shackelford

The clerks of the Four Horsemen (Part I)
Barry Cushman

How Griggs came to be
Robert Belton (as edited by Stephen L. Wasby)

The judicial bookshelf
Donald Grier Stephenson Jr.

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