The Role of the Supreme Court in American Government

By: Cox, Archibald

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Fine copy of first edition in near fine mylared dust jacket. Black boards with silver lettering on spine, red end papers. 118 pp. Extensive footnotes. Cox examines sources and major aspects of the Supreme Court's role since Marbury v. Madison but concentrates on its handling of issues such as school busing, abortion, censorship, women's rights and the case of the Pentagon Papers.

Title: The Role of the Supreme Court in American Government

Author Name: Cox, Archibald

Categories: Gifts for Lawyers, Judges and Law Students,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press: 1976

ISBN Number: 0-19-827411-4

ISBN Number 13: 9780198274117

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 001678

Keywords: Lawyers, Attorneys, Judges, Supreme Court, Judicial Power, Judicial Process, Courts of Last Resort, SCOTUS, Solicitor General, Supreme Court History, Law Students, Law Graduates, School Busing, Abortion, Censorship, Women's Rights, Pentagon Papers