Mr. Justice Frankfurter: Judgment and the Fourteenth Amendment, 67 Yale Law Journal 304 (1957)
Second in importance only to what the Supreme Court decided in the School Cases was the fact that the Court spoke unanimously. So often and so sharply divided on lesser issues, the Justices spoke as one on the greatest issue any of them had met or was likely ever to meet. It is certain that the Justices are also unanimous today in their concern that Little Rock be remembered as the beginning rather than the end of effective compliance with their mandate.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Pollak, Louis H., "Mr. Justice Frankfurter: Judgment and the Fourteenth Amendment" (1957). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4236.