Library of American Biography (1 - 10 of 65 books). Books by Francis N. Stites.
Library of American Biography (1 - 10 of 65 books).
Vi, 181 pages ; 21 cm. Examines John Marshall's thirty-four-year career as chief justice of the Supreme Court, exploring his contributions to the formative years of the American Republic. Includes bibliographical references and index. The Virginian, 1755-1783 - Richmond Lawyer, 1783-1788 - Federalist, 1789-1797 - National Hero, 1797-1781 - An Independent Judiciary, 1801-1806 - Life, Liberty, and Property, 1807-1812 - The Marshall Court, 1812-1823 - Retreat and Accommodation, 1824-1831 - "Dragging On," 1831-1835.
Part of the Library of American Biography Series). by Francis N. Brief, paperback biography that discusses John Marshall, American statesman and jurist. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780673393531. Release Date:January 1997.
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John Marshall, fourth chief justice of the United States and principal founder of the . In his ruling on McCulloch, Marshall at once explained the authority of the court to interpret the constitution, the nature of federal-state relations inherent in a federal system of government, and the democratic nature of both the . government and its governing.
Examines John Marshall's thirty-four-year career as chief justice of the Supreme Court, exploring his contributions to the formative years of the American Republic. Little, Brown, 1981 - 181 sayfa.
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Stites, Francis N. John Marshall: Defender of the Constitution. Boston: Little, Brown, 1981. Supreme Court of the United States. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.