The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties: The Judicial Philosophy of Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
Supreme Court, civil liberties, judicial philosophy, Arthur J. Goldberg, equality, law
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Constitutional Law | Law | Political Science | Supreme Court of the United States
The Supreme Court of the United States, the pinnacle of the judicial branch of government, is the most remote and to many Americans, the most mysterious aspect of their government. Due to the Court's long-established tradition of separation from the political pressures that harrass and yet so often benefit the other branches of government, the decisions of the Court are dependent, to a great degree, upon the personal philosophies of the nine justices.
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Kinghorn, C. M. (1968). The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties: The Judicial Philosophy of Justice Arthur J. Goldberg (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/823