The Gaspar G. Bacon lectures on the Constitution of the United States, 1940-1950 / [by] A. N. Holcombe [and others]

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Boston : Boston University Press, 1953.
Description
x, 541 pages : portrait ; 23 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Notes
  • At head of title: Boston University.
  • On cover: The Bacon lectures on the Constitution of the United States, 1940-1950.
  • Some of the Bacon lectures have also been published separately.
Bibliographic references
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents
Sections, classes, and the Federal Constitution, by A. N. Holcombe.--Joseph Story, by H. S. Commager.--The Constitution, slavery, and the territories, by A. Nevins.--Some constitutional problems of civil liberty, by R. E. Cushman.--Public administration under the Federalists, by L. D. White.--Presidential campaign funds, by L. Overacker.--The post-war Constitution, by C. B. Swisher.--American constitutional government: the blueprint and the structure, by O. J. Roberts.--What makes a great justice? Mr. Justice Bradley and the supreme Court, 1870-1892, by C. Fairman.--Provisions of the Constitution concerning the Supreme Court of the United States, by H. Tweed.
Other title(s)
The Bacon lectures on the Constitution of the United States, 1940-1950.
LCCN
53007481
OCLC
1827001
RCP
C - S
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