Index
Absolute rights, 76, 11g-20. See also
Fundamental rights
Adams,john, 107, 181
Adamson v. California, 4-5,201-202,
220
Aliens: due process and, 107
Allison, William Boyd, 144
Ames, Adelbert, 157
Anderson, George, 48
Antieau, Chester, 65
Antislavery: actions of state legis-
latures, 30-31; Garrisonian, 23,
44, 45; judicial response
to,
212;
moderate political, 6, 42, 45; ori-
gins of Fourteenth Amendment,
6-7, 107, 110; publications,
suppression of, 30-31; Radical
political, 42, 43, 213; Republican,
45, 46. See also Republican legal
thought
Arms, right to bear; 24, 170, 203;
Supreme Court on, 170, 203
Arnold, Isaac Newton, 37, 40, 50
Articles of Confederation: use of
words privileges and immunities in,
65
Assembly, freedom of, 56, 135, 137,
140,150, 164,170, 199
Baker, jehu, gO-gl
Baldwin, john, 56
Ballew v. Georgia, 210
Barron v. Baltimore, 2g, 42, 48,51,
61,70,81,83,84, gl, g6, 97, 101,
109, 112, 121, 123, 126, 127, 130,
150,173-74,204,218,233 n.201;
antislavery context of, 23; Bill of
Rights not applied to states, 7;
Marshall's decision in, 22-23
Beccaria, Marquis: quoted by Conti-
nental Congress, 18-lg
Belz, Herman, 34-35
Benedict, Michael: on New Orleans
massacre, 136; study of Recon-
struction politics, 34, 37, 38, 59,
68, 73
Benton v. Maryland, 203
Berger, Raoul: attack on Bingham,
120-26; attack on Howard,
126-28; Government by Judiciary,
3,113,114,116-17,128; influ-
ence of Fairman on, 113-19; on
privileges and immunities clause,
1 14 - 17; rejection of incorporation,
113
Bill of Rights: applicable to states,
1-4,22-25; congressional debate
on, 21- 2 2; Court decisions nar-
rowing protections of, 222 n.2g;
criminal procedure guaranties of,
203; intentions of founding
fathers, 1 - 2; legal scholars on,
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