Abolitionism. See Antislavery movement
Adair v. United States (1908), 2.,131,139-
40,143, ISS, 2.07 n.3, 2.SS n·74;
Harlan's opinion, 139; Holmes's dissent,
2.SS n·74
Adamany, David, 2.16 n.42.
Adams v. Tanner (1917),143-44,2.56
n.84; Brandeis's dissent, 144;
McReynolds's opinion, 143-44
Adamson v. California (1947),2.68 n.19
Adkins v. Children's Hospital (192.3),
167-80,183-92.,2.60 n.2.9, 2.60 n.30,
2.62. n.48, 2.63 n.52.; Holmes's dissent,
171-72.; legal commentary on, 168-69,
175-80,183-85,2.60 n.31, 2.60 n.32.,
2.62. n.48; Sutherland's opinion, 167-
74; Taft's dissent, 172.-74
Administrative law, 2.01
African Americans, 76, 2.H n.65; and dis-
criminatory legislation, 2.)4-35 n.2.1,
2.42. n.88; and end of Reconstruction, 84
Albany Law Journal, 75, 101, 119,2.42.
n.84, 2.44 n.3, 2.48 n.33, 2.49 n.38
Alger,GeorgeW.,IH-55
Allen, Samuel Clesson, 4
I
Allgeyer v. Louisiana (1897), I2.1, I2.6,
12.8,2.08-10 n.l0, 2.49 n.41
Aluminum Co. v. Ramsey (19II), 2.08-10
n.lO
Index
Amalgamated Association of Iron and
Steel Workers, 85
American Association for Labor legisla-
tion, 140, IB, 183
American Bar Association
(ABA),
102.
American Federation of Labor
(AFL),
8 1-
82.,85,2.38 n.65, 2.56 n.4
American Law Register, 95, 2.43 n.91
American Law Review, II3, II5-19, 150,
176,2.46 n.17,
2.48
n.33
American Political Science Review, 175
American Sugar Refining Co. v. Louisiana
(1900),2.47 n·2.5
Andrews, Irene Osgood, 140-41, 183-85,
2.55 n·79
Antislavery movement, 44-45; and liberty
of contract, 6,2.12. n.2.5
Antitrust laws, 2., I 13, 148, 2.10 n.IO, 2.46
n.17, 2.47 n·2.5
Appleby, Joyce, 2.18 n.9, 2.19 n.17
Arbuckle v. Blackburn (1903), 2.08-10
n.lo
Arkansas Supreme Court, 165-66
Arnold, Thurman: Symbols of Govern-
ment, 196,2.65 n.3
Artisan republicanism, 2.4-2.9,
39,40-44,
79-83, II4, IH, 2.18 n.lO, 2.2.4 n.68.
See also Labor; Republicanism
Ashcraft, Richard, 2.16 n.44, 2.17 n.5
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