Judicial Settlement of Controversies Between States of the American Union: An Analysis of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2002 - 548 páginas
Scott, James Brown. Judicial Settlement of Controversies between States of the American Union: An Analysis of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the United States. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1919. xiii, 548 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 00-066333. ISBN 1-58477-172-0. Cloth. $120. * This volume offers the texts of eighty Supreme Court decisions written between 1799 and 1918 concerning controversies between states, along with extensive analyses and commentaries. These are preceded by three general chapters that examine the rise of judicial procedure between the states, the ability of states to be sued by citizens of other states, and attempts by citizens of states to bring action against other states by methods of indirection. As indicated by the final chapter, "A Lesson For the World at Large," the author has a larger goal in mind. Deeply influenced by the devastation of the First World War, Scott [1866-1943], a participant in the Versailles Conference, aimed to demonstrate that the American legal system that maintains peace between the individual states could serve as a model for the rest of the world.
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I RISE OF JUDICIAL PROCEDURE BETWEEN STATES OF THE AMERICAN UNION
REASONS FOR THE ELEVENTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION
III ATTEMPTS BY CITIZENS OF STATES TO BRING ACTION AGAINST OTHER STATES BY METHODS OF INDIRECTION
IV QUESTIONS OF JURISDICTION PROCEDURE APPEARANCE OF DEFENDANT STATE THE FIRST FINAL JUDGEMENT
V JURISDICTION AFFIRMED INTERVENTION OF UNITED STATES IN SUITS BETWEEN STATES FIRST PHASE OF POWER OF COURT T...
VI JURISDICTION LIMITED TO CONTROVERSIES IN WHICH STATES ARE REAL PARTIES IN INTEREST UNITED STATES ITSELF PLAI...
GOVERNMENT OF LAWS AND NOT OF MEN
VIII DEEPENING CONFIDENCE OF THE STATES EXTENDS THE USEFULNESS OF THE COURT
IX TEN CASES INVOLVING BOUNDARY RIPARIAN RIGHTS PUBLIC HEALTH AND OTHER DISPUTES
X ASSUMPTION OF JURISDICTION A MATTER OF COURSE SECOND PHASE OF POWER OF COURT TO ENFORCE ITS JUDGEMENT
A LESSON FOR THE WORLD AT LARGE
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