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Robert M. Hutchins, in an interview conducted by Harvey Wheeler, discusses the controversial question of judicial review, in which the Court decides upon the constitutionality of acts by the legislative and executive branches, which he considers a…

Robert M. Hutchins, in an interview conducted by Harvey Wheeler, discusses the controversial question of judicial review, in which the Court decides upon the constitutionality of acts by the legislative and executive branches, which he considers a…

Alexander Meiklejohn describes an experiment in adult education based upon readings of Supreme Court decisions. With Scott Buchanan, Harry Kalven, Milton Mayer, and Joseph Tussman. Dec. 1964.

Robert M. Hutchins leads a Center staff discussion on the landmark Supreme Court decision in Gray v. Sanders, which stirred a good deal of controversy due to the vast political changes it portended, especially since similar cases had previously been…

Robert M. Hutchins leads a Center staff discussion on the landmark Supreme Court decision in Gray v. Sanders, which stirred a good deal of controversy due to the vast political changes it portended, especially since similar cases had previously been…

Harry Kalven, Jr. hails the Supreme Court ruling in Sullivan v. New York Times as a major triumph for First Amendment rights. With Harry Ashmore, Scott Buchanan, William Gorman, Robert M. Hutchins, Richard Lichtman, Lil Sasseen, Joseph Tussman, and…

Harry Kalven, Jr. hails the Supreme Court ruling in Sullivan v. New York Times as a major triumph for First Amendment rights. With Harry Ashmore, Scott Buchanan, William Gorman, Robert M. Hutchins, Richard Lichtman, Lil Sasseen, Joseph Tussman, and…

Robert M. Hutchins leads a discussion among the Center staff on the Supreme Court ruling in Sullivan v. New York Times, which upheld the citizen's right to criticize public officials unless malice can be proven. May 12, 1964.

Robert M. Hutchins leads a discussion among the Center staff on the Supreme Court ruling in Sullivan v. New York Times, which upheld the citizen's right to criticize public officials unless malice can be proven. May 12, 1964.

Robert M. Hutchins leads a staff discussion on the Supreme Court's controversial decision banning religious exercises in public schools. With Scott Buchanan, W. H. Ferry, William Gorman, Richard Lichtman, Purcell Weaver, and Harvey Wheeler. June 25,…