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Hugo L. Black [electronic resource] : cold steel warrior / Howard Ball.

By: Ball, Howard, 1937-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1996Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 305 p.) : ill.ISBN: 1601299001; 9781601299000; 9780195078145 (acid-free paper); 0195078144 (acid-free paper); 1423736788 (electronic bk.); 9781423736783 (electronic bk.); 1280443111; 9781280443114.Subject(s): Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971 | Judges -- United States -- Biography | Judges -- United States | Electronic books | LAW -- Government -- Federal | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Government -- Judicial Branch | LAW -- Legal Services | LAW -- Civil Procedure | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Lawyers & JudgesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Hugo L. Black.DDC classification: 347.73/2634 | B | 347.3073534 | B Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Chronology; Introduction; One: Hugo L. Black: Cold Steel Warrior; Two: Alabama Roots; Three: The Birmingham Years; Four: Senator from Alabama; Five: "I Nominate Hugo L. Black of Alabama"; Six: The Supreme Court Justice from Alabama: The Role and Functions of the U.S. Supreme Court; Seven: Friends, Enemies, and Legal "Children"; Eight: Commitment to "Our Federalism" and to the Primacy of Freedom of Expression; Nine: Fourteenth Amendment Battles: Incorporation, Due Process, Equal Protection, and "New Rights"; Ten: The Enduring Legacy; Notes; Bibliography; Cases Cited; Index.
Summary: In this volume, Howard Ball explores Hugo Black's development from his childhood days growing up in Alabama to his 34 years on the United States Supreme Court. Ball illustrates who and what shaped this controversial judge to become known as one of the "ten greatest" US Supreme Court justices of American history.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [289]-293) and index.

Chronology; Introduction; One: Hugo L. Black: Cold Steel Warrior; Two: Alabama Roots; Three: The Birmingham Years; Four: Senator from Alabama; Five: "I Nominate Hugo L. Black of Alabama"; Six: The Supreme Court Justice from Alabama: The Role and Functions of the U.S. Supreme Court; Seven: Friends, Enemies, and Legal "Children"; Eight: Commitment to "Our Federalism" and to the Primacy of Freedom of Expression; Nine: Fourteenth Amendment Battles: Incorporation, Due Process, Equal Protection, and "New Rights"; Ten: The Enduring Legacy; Notes; Bibliography; Cases Cited; Index.

In this volume, Howard Ball explores Hugo Black's development from his childhood days growing up in Alabama to his 34 years on the United States Supreme Court. Ball illustrates who and what shaped this controversial judge to become known as one of the "ten greatest" US Supreme Court justices of American history.

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