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Joel Francis Paschal's biography of George Sutherland demonstrates just how beneficial such works can be. In it he traces the justice's intellectual development from his formative years in late 19th century Utah, where he first received exposure to the ideas that later shaped his Supreme.
Joel Francis Paschal's biography of George Sutherland demonstrates just how beneficial such works can be. In it he traces the justice's intellectual development from his formative years in late 19th century Utah, where he first received exposure to the ideas that later shaped his Supreme Court opinions. Here the critical influence was Karl G. Maser, the Mormon scholar who exposed the young Sutherland to the teachings of Herbert Spencer that formed the basis of the young man's ideological beliefs
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a man against the State. by Joel Francis Paschal. Published 1969 by Greenwood Press in New York. George Sutherland (1862-1942). Includes bibliographical references. 34. 9/24, B. Library of Congress.
Although Justice George Sutherland was on the US Supreme Court from 1922 to 1938, he authored only two opinions . See Joel Francis Paschal, Mr. Justice Sutherland: A Man against the State (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1951)Google Scholar.
Although Justice George Sutherland was on the US Supreme Court from 1922 to 1938, he authored only two opinions pertaining to freedom of expression.
Justice Stewart on the Court of Appeals. Joel Francis Paschal. Justice Sutherland: A Man against the State. J. Andrew Grant, Joel Francis Paschal, Samuel Hendel.
Release Date:January 1951. Publisher:Princeton University Press.
Paschal, Joel Francis. Proceedings of the Bar and Officers of the Supreme Court of the United States in Memory of George Sutherland, December 18, 1944. New York: Greenwood Press, 1969. Constitutional Power and World Affairs. New York: Johnson Reprint Corp.
Justice Sutherland; A Man Against the State. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1951. Robert G. McCloskey (a1).
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MR. JUSTICE SUTHERLAND: A MAN AGAINST THE STATE, by Joel Francis Paschal. ciliation of two high values-conceding to each state the respon-sibility for working out the quality of its justice, while yet assuring to the individual at least the essentials of fair treat-ment, albeit not the particular guaranties enumerated in Amend-ments One to Eight. It is Mr. Paschal's thesis that Sutherland, largely as a result of his formal education under men like Cooley and Campbell at the Michigan Law School and his early professional associations at the bar, was profoundly influenced in his intellectual develop
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