A Nation of States: Federalism at the Bar of the Supreme Court: The Supreme Court in American Society


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Table of Contents

Series Introduction
Volume Introduction
Ideology and Counter-Ideology from Lochner to Garcia 1
Preserving Federalism: Reconstruction and the Waite Court 41
The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism, 1789-1815 83
The Supreme Court and the Federal System 104
Decision-Making in a Democracy: The Supreme Court as a National Policy-Maker 125
Federalism and Federal Questions: Protecting Civil Rights Under the Regime of Swift v. Tyson 143
Judicial Federalism in the Court of History 173
The Supreme Court, Tribal Sovereignty, and Continuing Problems of State Encroachment into Indian Country 237
The Supreme Court and the Federal System: Federalism from Warren to Burger 251
After John Marshall's Decision: Worcester v. Georgia and the Nullification Crisis 283
Federalism and the American Economic Order, 1789-1910 309
"States Rights" and the Origins of the Supreme Court's Power as Arbiter in Federal-State Relations 371
The Supreme Court and the forging of Federalism: 1789-1864 385
State Against Nation: The Conservation Case of Missouri v. Holland 399
A Bulwark to the State Police Power - The United States Supreme Court 415
Acknowledgements 445
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