THE SUPREME COURT IN UNITED STATES HISTORY—Charles Warren— Little Brown. The Supreme Court of the United States is probably the most remarkable legal institution in the world. It is something just a shade more than a governing body. It is a sort of super-Senate, defining the conditions under which government functions. Mr. Warren's is the first adequate history of that unique body. He is a distinguished legal scholar. Most of all, as Assistant District Attorney during the Wilson administration, he had an unexcelled opportunity to see the Supreme Court at work and...

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