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From the Publisher: This new edition includes new entries on key cases and fully updated treatment of crucial areas of constitutional law, such as abortion, freedom of religion, school desegregation, freedom of speech, voting rights, military tribunals, and the rights of the accused. These developments make the second edition of this accessible and authoritative guide essential for judges, lawyers, academics, journalists, and anyone interested in the impact of the Court's decisions on American society.
Now revised and updated through 2003, this classic reference explains everything readers need to know about the Supreme Court, from its origins and how it functions, to the people who have shaped it and the impact of its decisions on American life.
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Published by West Publishing. Annotated and also uses the Key Terms system, useful for subject searches. After 1988, this appears in the Libraries' Catalog as West's Supreme Court Reporter.
V. 14-14A Table of cases: cases arranged alphabetically.
V. 15 Alphabetically by Defendant-Plaintiff
V. 16 Words and Phrases (uses West's Key terms)
If you know the actual name of the case, look it up in US Supreme Court Digest, v. 14 or 14A, Table of Cases.