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List Of United States Supreme Court Cases By The Hughes Court
... This is a chronological list of cases decided by the United States Supreme Court during the tenure of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes (February 24, 1930 through ... Case name Citation Summary Lucas v ... upholding adjudication of private rights by an administrative agency, not an Article III court New State Ice Co ...
List Of United States Supreme Court Cases Involving The First Amendment - Further Reading
... The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States ... The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions ... The Constitution Religion Leading Supreme Court Cases on Church and State ...
Smith V. United States - See Also
... List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 508 List of United States Supreme Court cases Lists of United States Supreme Court cases by volume List of ...
History Of The Supreme Court Of The United States - The Hughes, Stone, and Vinson Courts (1930—1953)
... See also List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Hughes Court, List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Stone Court, and List of United States Supreme Court cases by ... As a result, The Court continued to enforce a Federal laissez-faire approach, overturning many of President Franklin D ... President Roosevelt proposed the Judiciary Reorganization Bill (called the "court-packing bill" by its opponents), which would have increased the size of the Supreme Court and permitted the appointment of additional ...
Maxwell Land Grant - Supreme Court Cases
... Five cases involving the land grant went to the United States Supreme Court Maxwell Land-Grant Case, 121 U.S. 325 (1887) Maxwell Land-Grant Case, 122 U.S ...

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