A Nation of States: Federalism at the Bar of the Supreme Court

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Kermit L. Hall
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Law - 446 pages

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Contents

Reconstruction and the Waite Court
41
The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism
83
The Supreme Court and the Federal System
104
Judicial Federalism in the Court of History
173
The Supreme Court Tribal Sovereignty and Continuing
237
Federalism and the American Economic Order 17891910
309
States Rights and the Origins of the Supreme Courts Power
371
17891864
385
A Bulwark to the State Police Power
415
Acknowledgments
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