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Supreme Court of the United States

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The Security Court, Matthew J. Steilen Sep 2018

The Security Court, Matthew J. Steilen

Journal Articles

The Supreme Court is concerned not only with the limits of our government’s power to protect us, but also with how it protects us. Government can protect us by passing laws that grant powers to its agencies or by conferring discretion on the officers in those agencies. Security by law is preferable to the extent that it promotes rule of law values—certainty, predictability, uniformity, and so on—but, security by discretion is preferable to the extent that it gives government the room it needs to meet threats in whatever form they present themselves. Drawing a line between security ...


The Equal Protection Clause In The Supreme Court 1873-1903, Richard S. Kay Oct 1980

The Equal Protection Clause In The Supreme Court 1873-1903, Richard S. Kay

Buffalo Law Review

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Contribution To An Explication Of The Activity Of The Warren Majority Of The Supreme Court, Mitchell Franklin Apr 1975

Contribution To An Explication Of The Activity Of The Warren Majority Of The Supreme Court, Mitchell Franklin

Buffalo Law Review

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The Uniqueness Of The Warren And Burger Courts In American Constitutional History, P. Allan Dionisopoulos Apr 1973

The Uniqueness Of The Warren And Burger Courts In American Constitutional History, P. Allan Dionisopoulos

Buffalo Law Review

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Gerald T. Dunne's Justice Joseph Story And The Rise Of The Supreme Court (Book Review), Alfred S. Konefsky Dec 1971

Gerald T. Dunne's Justice Joseph Story And The Rise Of The Supreme Court (Book Review), Alfred S. Konefsky

Book Reviews

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