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Brand New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. For the first time, a collection of dissents from the most famous Supreme Court cases If American history can truly be traced through the majority decisions in landmark Supreme Court cases, then what about the dissenting opinions?
In issues of race, gender, privacy, workers' rights, and more, would advances have been impeded or failures rectified if the dissenting opinions were in fact the majority opinions? In offering thirteen famous dissents-from Marbury v. Madison and Brown v. Board of Education to Griswold v. Connecticut and Lawrence v. Texas, each edited with the judges' eloquence preserved-renowned Supreme Court scholar Mark Tushnet reminds us that court decisions are not pronouncements issued by the utterly objective, they are in fact political statements from highly intelligent but partisan people.
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Tushnet introduces readers to the very concept of dissent in the courts and then provides useful context for each case, filling in gaps in the Court's history and providing an overview of the issues at stake. After each case, he considers the impact the dissenting opinion would have had, if it had been the majority decision. Lively and accessible, I Dissent offers a radically fresh view of the judiciary in a collection that is essential reading for anyone interested in American history.
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A45 H55 v. Note: this is NOT a reference book. This is on the shelves on the 2nd floor. Hutchinson Editor ; David A. Strauss Editor ; Geoffrey R. Prominent constitutional law scholars review major decisions, cases, and topics. Carleton library has to Excellent resource! Use the footnotes to lead you to articles. Federal Judicial Center The research and education arm of the U. Followed by historical notes and annotations of relevant Supreme Court cases. From the Congressional Research Service.
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