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Papers On Supreme Court & Constitutional
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Are Supreme Court Decisions Really "Landmarks ?" :
A 4 page discussion of Supreme Court rulings in which the
writer argues that "landmark" precedents are not really as
ground-breaking as they seem. The writer posits that most
Supreme Court decisions have actually come from clear and
concise points in the U.S. Constitution and are only reflections
of changing social urges. As an example, Brown v. Board of
Topeka is described as a case whose decision reflected the
growing Civil Rights movement but whose "precedent" had
actually been created long before in the 14th amendment. No
Bibliography. Courtsup.wps

The Bill of Rights : Approx. 7 pages discussing the Bill of
Rights, amendments-- and how our rights are being challenged
and threatened in today's society. Specifically covered are
Amendments I, IV, and X. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

The Bill of Rights & The Legacy Of Jeffersonian
Democracy :
A 20 page paper describing how the Bill of
Rights as originally formulated in the 18th century continues to
serve us today. It discusses why Jefferson, more than many of
the other Founding Fathers, felt vehemently that the Bill of
Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution; the paper
then looks at the ten amendments individually to show how their
early conception has been reinterpreted in the twentieth century
as social attitudes change. Bibliography lists sixteen sources.

Natural Rights, Natural Law : A 6 page essay on James
Hutson’s “The Bill of Rights and the American Revolutionary
Experience,” from A Culture of Rights. The essay traces the
growth of our current foundation of civil law out of the “natural
law” of the Enlightenment, and shows how the Bill of Rights’
codification of rights reflected this dramatic change in
legislative philosophy. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Antitrust And Collective Bargaining In Brown v. Pro
Football, Inc. :
A 15 page case comment on a Supreme Court
case involving antitrust and labor law exemptions. The writer
details the historical background of the law in the case, the
various findinngs and holdings, the dissent, and analyzes the
reasoning in the decision. No additional sources cited.

Supreme Court Case Gregg v. Georgia /Argument for
Petitioner :
An 8 page argument for petitioner prepared for a
moot court debate (re-argument of Gregg v. Georgia) and
focusing on the arbitrariness of Georgia’s death penalty statute.
The writer argues that Georgia’s capital punishment sentencing
procedure is unconstitutional with reference to the 8th and 14th
amendments of the constitution despite changes which have
been implemented since Furman. No Bibliography. Gregg.wps

Supreme Court Case Analysis / Buck v. Bell : A 10 page
paper discussing the Supreme Court case, Buck v. Bell, which
took place in 1927. This case made it legal to force sterilization
in the attempt to rid society of undesirable individuals. This
applied to criminals, insane individuals, as well as
developmentally disabled and poor individuals. The various
aspects of this case, in relationship to previous Supreme Court
cases and cases which followed the ruling of Buck vs. Bell, are
discussed. Also discussed is the relevancy this case has on
today’s realities in regards to many issues and individuals,
including those most currently effected, the developmentally
disabled and the incarcerated. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

Mandatory Death Penalty In Louisiana And The Nation :
The Impact Of Roberts vs. Louisiana : A 9 page overview of
the legislative history of the mandatory death penalty. Cites
specific cases and provides considerable information about the
1976 Supreme Court ruling in Roberts vs. Louisiana.
Bibliography lists 9 sources. DeathSen.wps

Conflicting Laws Add To Confusion In Prison Reform :
A 5 page paper that discusses the fact that Furman v. Georgia
(1972) and Gregg v. Georgia (1976) findings have led to many
opposing dictates in regards capital punishment. Among other
cases, they are the basis of how prisoners are treated by the
justice system, especially those awaiting execution on death
row. However, these opinions have extended to treatment of all
incarcerated prisoners, mostly related to medical treatment of
prisoners. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Furgregg.wps

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