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Volume 21, Number 2, 1 December 1996

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Introduction
pp. i-i(1)
Author: Urofsky, Melvin I.

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The Story‐Holmes Seat
pp. 11-16(6)
Author: Blackmun, Harry A.

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Documentary Editing and the Jay Court: Opening New Lines of Inquiry
pp. 17-22(6)
Authors: Sirvet, Ene; Bernstein, R.B.

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John Jay, Judicial Independence, and Advising Coordinate Branches
pp. 23-29(7)
Authors: Sirvet, Ene; Bernstein, R.B.

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John Marshall and His Papers
pp. 30-35(6)
Author: Hobson, Charles F.

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John Marshall and the Fairfax Litigation: The Background of
pp. 36-50(15)
Author: Hobson, Charles F.

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Georgia v. Brailsford
pp. 57-72(16)
Author: Marcus, Maeva

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Oliver Ellsworth
pp. 73-91(19)
Author: Casto, William R.

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Cardozo and the Criminal Law:
pp. 92-105(14)
Author: Polenberg, Richard

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The Fuller Court and Takings Jurisprudence
pp. 120-135(16)
Author: Ely, James W.

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The Demise of an “Extraordinary Criminal Procedure”:
pp. 136-160(25)
Author: Mosnier, Joseph

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: A New Appreciation
pp. 161-167(7)
Author: Wolf, Michael Allan

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The Judicial Bookshelf
pp. 168-188(21)
Author: Stephenson, D. Crier

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Contributors
pp. 189-189(1)

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Photo Credits
pp. 190-190(1)

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