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The average citizen has a very wholesome respect for the Constitution of the United States. His respect does not usually come from any clear or accurate knowledge of the document itself, but grows out of the belief that the Constitution sanctions those policies which he approves and forbids those which seem to him dangerous or oppressive.  >>more...>>

Title:     The Supreme Court and the Constitution
Author:    Cushman, Robert
Date:     1936

Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Constitution, The
Supreme Court

Notes:     The Supreme Court and the Constitution (Public Affairs Pamphlet, No. 7, 1936) pp. 1-36.