Table of contents for "Lest we be marshall'd" : judicial powers and politics in Ohio, 1806-1812 / Donald F. Melhorn, Jr.

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Introduction	A Question for President Jefferson
1	Judicial Review and the Constitution
2	The First Ohio Decision: The Cost-Award Cases
3	The Ohio Supreme Court Hears Rutherford v. M'Fadden
4	A Moot Court Argument
5	Judicial Review Challenged: ".l.l. lest we again be Marshall'd"
6	Charles Hammond and The Rights of the Judiciary
7	The Judges Impeached: The Opposing Contentions
8	The Judges Tried: Proceedings in the Ohio Senate
9	The Judges Deprived: The Sweeping Resolution
10	The Judges Defiant: Tod and Sprigg
11	Greene County's Subversives: Snowden and Huston
12	The Resolution Repealed
13	A New Constitutional Equilibrium
A. The Cost-Award Cases
B. Charles Hammond, The Rights of the Judiciary, with appended text of Sloan's speech in the Ohio House of Representatives
C. Articles of Impeachment against George Tod
D. Circular Letter of Members of the Ohio Bar
E. Resolution on the Subject of Filling Vacancies in Office [the "Sweeping Resolution"]
F. James Snowden, "To the Resolution Judges of the State of Ohio"

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Judicial power Ohio History, Judicial review Ohio History, Political questions and judicial power Ohio History