The Waite Court: Justices, Rulings, and Legacy
The Waite Court presents a detailed and balanced exploration of the times, politics, personalities, and decisions of the Supreme Court in the critical transition period between 1874 and 1888, as the United States was in the process of reuniting itself as a nation.
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