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Religion, "Standing," and the Supreme Court's Role, 13 J. PUB. LAW 459 (1964)

Abstract

As might be expected of an institution engaged in catching up with itself,
the Court has in late years, in many of its most important decisions, been
giving pragmatic affirmance to the obvious. It has decided that segregation
of Negroes constitutes an "assertion of their inferiority." It has held that a
man charged with crime cannot be said to enjoy due process of law unless
he has the counsel of someone who understands the law's processes. It has
decided that the constitutional guarantee against unlawful searches and
seizures shall actually be implemented, in the only way anybody has
dreamed it could be implemented-by exclusion of unlawfully procured
evidence.

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1964

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