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The October, 1946 term of the Supreme Court of the United States was noteworthy for several reasons. Not only was the volume of work extremely heavy and the number of vital national issues greater than usual, but disagreement among the justices higher and more startling than was to be expected even from a Court already characterized by surprising if not erratic differences of opinion on matters of law and social policy.
Date of Authorship for this Version
The Supreme Court and the Conflict of Laws, 47 Columbia Law Review 883 (1947)