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"Yarbrough does a superb job of analyzing this era of the Supreme Court's history without overburdening the reader with legal philosophy or deep legal theory, making it easy to follow and understand. . . . Yarbrough has written an excellent book for any library, including public, academic, and law school libraries. The table of cases and chronology are very useful to anyone who needs a starting point for researching this court."
Law Library Journal
"A valuable reference book for undergraduate and public libraries. Law libraries may also wish to add this engrossing eulogy to their collections."
American Reference Books Annual