Associate Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson: Individualism and Federalism
government, individualism, federalism, Associate Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson, legal case study, civil liberties
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Criminal Procedure | First Amendment | Law | Legal Profession | Political Science | Supreme Court of the United States
The focus of this work will be upon the cases decided by Robert H. Jackson in the fields of criminal procedure and civil liberties. During Jackson's thirteen year tenure as an Associate Justice, the subjects most in dispute were those involving the rights of one accused of a crime and those guaranteed by the First Amendment.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
Wriedt, J. H. (1972). Associate Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson: Individualism and Federalism (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/430