The Age Of Deference

Author: David Rudenstine
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199381496
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David Rudenstine's The Age of Deference traces the Court's role in the rise of judicial deference to executive power since the end of World War II. He shows how in case after case, going back to the Truman and Eisenhower presidencies, the ...

The Age Of Impeachment

Author: David E. Kyvig
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
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American constitutional culture since 1960 David E. Kyvig ... A 1973 Supreme
Court ruling that courts could not question bureaucratic decisions to withhold
documents set off efforts to amend FOIA. ... allowing inexperienced federal
judges to declassify secret documents.32 Newspaper editorials across the
country, their lingering suspicions of unjustified claims to executive secrecy
overriding their usual deference to assertions of threats to national security,
reminded Ford of his promise ...

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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Mr. Augusta, who also served 4 years with the 113th Infantry of the New Jersey
National Guard, was a past governor of Chapter 553 Loyal Order of Moose,
executive board member of St. Anthony's Catholic Club and was president for 17
years of the Santa Croce Society of Paterson. He also served ... Mr. Speaker,
today my colleagues in the other body begin their confirmation hearings on the
nomination of Robert H. Bork to be an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court. - During ...

Shaping America

Author: Edward F. Mannino
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In an eight-to-one decision, with only future chief justice Harlan Stone dissenting,
the Supreme Court upheld the mandatory flag salute policy of the local school
board against a challenge under the Free Exercise Clause. ... liberal causes
before his appointment to the Supreme Court, Frankfurter became a leading
exponent of judicial restraint and what would now be called a "minimalist"
approach to deciding questions of constitutional law and federalism, with
deference to elected state ...

American Journalism

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must determine whether the circumstances are appropriate for the claim of
privilege.25 Even William O. Douglas, considered a liberal and activist jurist,
acknowledged a need for a national security exemption regarding access to
information. ... of trade secrets and investigative materials, later established as
exemptions under the FOIA, the Supreme Court showed a deference to Congress
and government agencies in determining information policy, a hallmark of judicial
restraint.