Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court
This source presents information on the history, powers, procedures, personnel, and major decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, revealing all significant aspects of the Court's role in government and society. The powers of the Court in relation to Congress, the President, and the states are explained. A brief biography of each Supreme Court Justice is given. The appendix lists important documents, nominations to the Court from 1789, and acts of Congress which the Court has held unconstitutional. Case and subject indexes are provided.
The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions
This guide provides entries on more than 400 landmark decisions of the Supreme Court. Entries are arranged alphabetically and are written by legal scholars. A list of nominations and successions of the justices from 1789, a glossary of legal terms, topical and case indexes, and the text of the U.S. Constitution are also provided.
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