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Contents PREFACE vii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ix INTRODUCTION 1 The Warren Court, American Law, and Modern Legal Cultures Harry N. Scheiber PART 1: DOCTRINES: QUESTIONS OF EQUALITY AND LIBERTY CHAPTER 1 29 Venturing onto the Path of Equal Representation: The Warren Court and Redistricting Melissa Cully Anderson and Bruce E. Cain CHAPTER 2 49 The Black Basis of Constitutional Development Malcolm M. Feeley CHAPTER 3 77 Race, Agency, and Equal Protection: A Retrospective on the Warren Court Sheila Foster CHAPTER 4 91 How Earl Warren's Twenty-Two Years in Law Enforcement Affected His Work as Chief Justice Yale Kamisar CHAPTER 5 113 Corliss Lamont and the Postmaster General: A Synecdoche for the First Amendment in the Era of the Warren Court (1953-1969) William Van Alstyne CHAPTER 6 137 The Early Hours of the Post-World War II Model of Constitutional Federalism: The Warren Court and the World Vicki C. Jackson PART 2: PROCESS: JUDICIAL STYLE AND STRATEGY CHAPTER 7 197 The Warren Court and Congress Gordon Silverstein CHAPTER 8 209 Avoiding Constitutional Questions in the Early Warren Court: Judicial Craftsmanship and Statutory Interpretation Philip P. Frickey PART 3: IMPACT: THE LEGACY IN OTHER LEGAL SYSTEMS CHAPTER 9 237 The Seduction of Judicially Triggered Social Transformation: The Impact of the Warren Court in Latin America Javier A. Couso CHAPTER 10 265 The Warren Court in East Asia: An Essay in Comparative Law Thomas Ginsburg CHAPTER 11 295 The Impact of the Warren Court in Canada: A View from the Trenches Edward Greenspan CHAPTER 12 309 Political Hero, Legal Dwarf? The Impact of the Warren Court in Europe Eivind Smith CHAPTER 13 333 An American Dilemma and the Scandinavian Dream: The Citizen Meets Modernity and the Strong Nation-State- A Study in Comparative Legal Cultures Kjell Åke Modéer AFTERWORD 357 Earl Warren-A Law Clerk's Memory of the Man and The Court Jesse H. Choper INDEX ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Warren, Earl, 1891-1974.
Judges -- United States -- Biography.
Political questions and judicial power -- United States -- History -- 20th century.