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Weidner, Edward W.
Development administration in Asia.
Durham : Duke University Press, 1970. Hardcover. Dustjacket. xxiii,431 pp. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : very good. ISBN 9780822302216.
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Keywords: POLITICS, Constitutional law, America English law

 
Wellenreuther, Hermann & Claudia Schnurmann (Hrsg.).
Die Amerikanische Verfassung und Deutsch-Amerikanisches Verfassungsdenken : ein Rückblick über 200 Jahre.
Krefelder Historische Symposien : Deutschland und Amerika. Zweites Symposium. New York & Oxford : Berg, 1987. Hardcover. x,605 pp. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : as new. - These are the proceedings of the 2nd Krefeld Historical Symposium of 1987 - a meeting of 34 distinguished historians to compare the constitutional history of Germany and the USA. Interdisciplinary in approach - an encounter between legal historians and those specializing in political and social history - the emphasis is on concrete historical realities of constitutional thought in both countries. Dissimilarities between the countries are highlighted in addition to ascertaining factors common to both, to explain why their respective developments diverged. There are 12 papers included, two from each of the six sessions, published here in the original German. ISBN 9780854967131.
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Book number: #35719
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Keywords: RECHT, Constitutional law, America German law Deutsches Recht

 
Wheeler, Everett Pepperrell.
Daniel Webster : the Expounder of the Constitution.
New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1905. Orig. cloth binding. ix,188 pp. With frontispiece portrait. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : very good.
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Book number: #281638
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Keywords: RECHT, Constitutional law, America

 
Yarbrough, Tinsley E.
A Passion for Justice : J. Waties Waring and Civil Rights.
New York : Oxford University Press,2001. Paperback. xiv,282 pp. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : as new. - An eighth-generation Charlestonian with a prestigious address, impeccable social credentials, and years of intimate association with segregationist politicians, U.S. District Court Judge Julius Waties Waring shocked family, friends, and an entire state in 1945 when, at age sixty-five, he divorced his wife of more than thirty years and embarked upon a far-reaching challenge to the most fundamental racial values of his native region. The first jurist in modern times to declare segregated schooling inequality per se, Waring also ordered the equalization of teachers' salaries and outlawed South Carolina's white primary. Off the bench, he and his second wife-a twice-divorced, politically liberal Northerner who was even more outspoken in her political views than Waring himself-castigated Dixiecrats and southern liberals alike for their defense of segregation, condemned the sickness of white southern society, urged a complete breakdown of state-enforced bars to racial intermingling, and entertained blacks in their home, becoming pariahs in South Carolina and controversial figures nationally. Tinsley Yarbrough examines the life and career of this fascinating but neglected jurist, assessing the controversy he generated, his place in the early history of the modern civil rights movement, and the forces motivating his repudiation of his past. ISBN 9780195147155.
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Yarbrough, Tinsley E.
The Rehnquist Court and the Constitution.
Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Hardcover. Dustjacket, xii,306 pp. Index. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : as new. - In The Rehnquist Court and the Constitution, Tinsley Yarbrough provides a comprehensive look at today's Supreme Court Justices and their record-a study all the more valuable for the Court's mixed decisions and hard-to-categorize course. An accomplished biographer, Yarbrough offers incisive portraits of the nine who now sit on the high bench, and tellingly reviews their nomination hearings. He also explores the workings of the Court, ranging from the selection and role of the clerks to the work load (including the end-of-term June crunch ) and assignment of opinions. But the heart of the book is a systematic exploration of the Court's record in such fields as government power, economic regulation, and criminal justice. In decision after decision, the author discusses the various justices' opinions, arguments, and legal theories; he also offers his own analysis (including a sharp critique of the decision to allow the Paula Jones lawsuit to move forward). Like many writers on the Rehnquist Court, Yarbrough finds a general continuity with the past, shaded by a conservative outlook (especially in matters of criminal justice and affirmative action), but he identifies a significant departure in its rulings on economic regulation. Since 1937, he writes, the Supreme Court had generally adopted an expansive view of federal power over economic matters; the Rehnquist Court has reversed that trend. The Rehnquist Court has not launched an all-out assault on the Warren Court's precedents, as many conservatives hoped, but as Yarbrough shows it has embarked on important new departures. Thoughtful, wide-ranging, intelligently written, this book will stand as the finest study of the Rehnquist Court for years to come. ISBN 9780195103465.
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Yarbrough, Tinsley E.
The Rehnquist Court and the Constitution.
Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Paperback. xii,306 pp. Index. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : as new. - In The Rehnquist Court and the Constitution, Tinsley Yarbrough provides a comprehensive look at today's Supreme Court Justices and their record-a study all the more valuable for the Court's mixed decisions and hard-to-categorize course. An accomplished biographer, Yarbrough offers incisive portraits of the nine who now sit on the high bench, and tellingly reviews their nomination hearings. He also explores the workings of the Court, ranging from the selection and role of the clerks to the work load (including the end-of-term June crunch ) and assignment of opinions. But the heart of the book is a systematic exploration of the Court's record in such fields as government power, economic regulation, and criminal justice. In decision after decision, the author discusses the various justices' opinions, arguments, and legal theories; he also offers his own analysis (including a sharp critique of the decision to allow the Paula Jones lawsuit to move forward). Like many writers on the Rehnquist Court, Yarbrough finds a general continuity with the past, shaded by a conservative outlook (especially in matters of criminal justice and affirmative action), but he identifies a significant departure in its rulings on economic regulation. Since 1937, he writes, the Supreme Court had generally adopted an expansive view of federal power over economic matters; the Rehnquist Court has reversed that trend. The Rehnquist Court has not launched an all-out assault on the Warren Court's precedents, as many conservatives hoped, but as Yarbrough shows it has embarked on important new departures. Thoughtful, wide-ranging, intelligently written, this book will stand as the finest study of the Rehnquist Court for years to come. ISBN 9780195146035.
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Book number: #171622
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Keywords: RECHT, Constitutional law, America

 
Yates, Jeff.
Popular justice : presidental prestige and executive success in the Supreme Court.
Albany, NY : State University of New York Press , c2002. Paperback. xiv,211 pp. 23 cm. (SUNY series on the presidency : contemporary issues). Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : very good. ISBN 9780791454480.
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Book number: #198302
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Keywords: RECHT, Constitutional law, America

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