J.A.C. Grant papers, ca. 1920-1994

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Title: J.A.C. Grant papers
Collection number: 1722
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 55 linear ft. (42 record storage cartons, 10 document boxes and 3 oversize flat boxes.)
Date: ca. 1920-1994
Abstract: James Allen Clifford Grant, Political Science Professor Emeritus joined the UCLA faculty in 1930 and retired in 1969. While at UCLA, Grant chaired the Political Science Department and the Academic Senate and was instrumental in the foundation of the UCLA Law School and the selection of its first dean. Materials include correspondence, annotated manuscripts, book reviews and journal articles, curriculum and syllabi for UCLA Political Science courses, labor arbitration hearing files, District Counsel Opinions regarding the South Coast Air Quality Management Hearing Board, research files on Vietnam and its constitutional development, and notes on historic legal cases with an emphasis on United States Supreme Court decisions.
Language of Materials: Majority of materials are in English with some Spanish, German and French.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], J.A.C. Grant papers (Collection 1722). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 6673338 

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Collection was received by UCLA University Archives in January 1993.


James Allen Clifford Grant was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1902. Friends and family referred to him as Cliff. When he was a child, his family moved to Southern California where he graduated from Inglewood High School in 1920 and attended the Southern Branch of the University of California, which would become UCLA, for two years. He studied at Stanford for four years, receiving a B.A. in 1924, a M.A. in 1925, and a Ph.D. in 1927. He married Helen Allison in 1928 and they had two children, William and Beverly.
At Stanford, his intellectual interest was on the junction of political science and the law and remained focused there for the rest of his life. Grant’s first academic job was at the University of Wisconsin for three years before shifting to the UCLA faculty in 1930, just after the opening of the Westwood campus. He became a full professor in 1940, moved to over-scale in 1950, and retired as Political Science Professor Emeritus in 1969, receiving an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from UCLA that last year.
While at UCLA, Grant was chairman of the Political Science Department, divisional dean of Social Sciences, chairman of the Budget Committee, and chairman of the Academic Senate. Shortly after the war he played an important role in the establishment of the UCLA Law School and the selection of a first dean. In the late sixties and into the seventies after his retirement he worked on system wide problems in Berkeley for President Clark Kerr and for Academic Vice-President Frank Kidner.
Additionally, Grant was much in demand for service outside the University. During World War II he served as vice-chairman of the Regional War Labor Board in San Francisco. After the war he became a labor arbitrator. He assisted with the establishment of UCLA’s affirmative action program. He was a member of the South Coast Air Quality Management District. He helped the government of South Vietnam draw up a constitution. He also served on the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, which supervises projects funded from the estate of the former Supreme Court justice.
Until his retirement, Grant was a dedicated and prolific scholar. While he edited and contributed to several books, he specialized in articles which were published in law reviews and political science journals. The topics fell within his general field of interest: constitutional law, criminal law, apportionment, judicial review, the Supreme Court, and many comparative studies with Canada, Latin America, and Italy. He died November 22, 1995 at the age of 93.

Scope and Content

Materials include correspondence with colleagues, academic editorial boards and Library of Congress concerning the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, annotated manuscripts, book reviews and journal articles, curriculum and syllabi for UCLA Political Science courses, labor arbitration hearing files, District Counsel Opinions regarding the South Coast Air Quality Management Hearing Board, research files on Vietnam and its constitutional development and notes on historic legal cases with an emphasis on United States Supreme Court decisions.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection was processed at the box level while maintaining the creator's original order.

Related Material

Interview of James A.C. Grant [oral history transcript] / James A.C. Grant, interviewee. UCLA Oral History Department interview, 1989. UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Box 1

Box 1. circa 1940-1992.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Law Library Journal, Southern California Law Review and Encyclopedia Britannica editors; Letters to/from academic colleagues: Jacobus tenBroek, Hessel E. Yntema, H.G. Reuschlein, Alfred H. Kelly, Glendon Schubert, Joseph Dunner, Charles Aiken; Library of Congress correspondence concerning the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise; copies of Grant's manuscripts, book reviews and journal articles; copy of Jonathan Milberg's Using the Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause, Historical Bases of Judicial Review of Legislation document, UC Directories, Dorado Miranda Survey, Arbitration Hearing Court Reports for Libbey Owens Ford Glass Company and Lathrop Local 418 United Glass and Ceramic Workers of North America, AFL-CIO-CLC, Codigo De Las Resolucion Del Senado annotated by Grant; National Academy of Arbitrators, Los Angeles Section Symposium on the New California Arbitration Act materials including Grant's handwritten speech, "Enforcement of an Award under the Act" and his annotated copy of Arbitration Modernized: The New California Arbitration Act.
Box 2

Box 2. 1942-1991.

Scope and Content

Grant's notes on court cases, legal history and the Verfassungsgerichtshof Supplements; Reprints and articles authored by or collected by Grant; Professional Correspondence with the National Academy of Arbitrators and academic colleagues; Self-Guided Tour of the UCLA Law Library document; Grant's course outlines; Annotated clippings.
Box 3

Box 3. 1929-1994.

Scope and Content

Grant's arbitration files; Law Teacher Directories; Grant's book reviews, manuscripts and publications including "Evolution of Anglo-American Law Books and Their Use," "Methods of Unifying the Law: Some Lessons to be Learned from the Experiences of the U.S.A. in Securing Interstate Uniformity of Private Law" and "Estudio Comparativo De Los Sistemas De Control De La Constitucionalidad De Leyes" and "An American View" concerning the Common Market; Grant's notes for Mexico City Law School Conference; Vietnam clipping file; Professional Correspondence including conversations with colleagues concerning jury waivers; National Academy of Arbitrators Constitutions, By-Laws and Membership Directories; Historic Court Cases - Judgements; Political Science 170 curriculum file; and Selden Society Publications.
Box 4

Box 4. 1930-1991.

Scope and Content

District Counsel Opinions Re: South Coast Air Quality Management Hearing Board; Grant authored manuscripts, publications and reprints; Grant's manuscript "The Automobile and Air Pollution in American Cities" which includes his handwritten letter to Chancellor Charles E. Young, Grant's annotated copy of The Anglo-American Legal System, and El Sistema Federal; Papers by Miller & Rundell; and a copy of the Professor Anita Hill vs. Judge Clarence Thomas arbitration decision.
Box 5

Box 5. 1929-1981.

Scope and Content

Feather River Project; SCAQMD Hearing Board materials; Microfilm order from Library Of Congress; Prop. 5, West's 7th Decennial Digest; Political Science (PS) 170, PS 157, 167 (Constitutional Law) and PS 252A curriculum; Arbitration and Shoe Contract; NAA Directories; Colonial Law: Virginia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and New York.
Box 6

Box 6. 1927-1982.

Scope and Content

18th/19th Century American Politics; Chief Justices of the Supreme Court; International Law journals; Journals of Congress; The Martyrdom of Carthusian Monks; Copies of Original Script from the British Museum; 1717 Evidence; Der Bundesgerichtshof (The Fed. Court); and WPA Faculty.
Box 7

Box 7. 1931-1990.

Scope and Content

Journal articles by Grant; correspondence; Spanish language articles; Book Reviews; Vietnam; Nghiem; US/UK Constitutional Developments; Panarama Italiano; US/Argentina/Mexico; Handbook of India; Frankfurter; Gild; Missile War.
Box 8

Box 8. 1932-1985.

Scope and Content

US/Argentina/Mexico; Spanish language articles; Public Affairs; Anglo-American Systems; Letters; Fix Zamudio, Jorge Velazco; Federal System of USA; Correspondence with Guetzevitch; Supreme Court and Recovery Program in 1935; VHS UCLA v. USC; History copies; Clergy; Cooley.
Box 9

Box 9. 1931-1972.

Scope and Content

Dissertations: McBride, Castelnuovo, Machii, Sar Gerstein; W. Pol. Quarterly; Judicial Review in Canada; I Quaderni Della Crisi; Testimonial Exclusion Because of Race; Jud. Control of Leg. Procedure in CA; W. PS Assoc.; Jud. Control of Leg.; New Jersey.
Box 10

Box 10. 1945-1980.

Scope and Content

Asian minorities in Asia and California; Racial/Ethnic Survey of California Public Schools; Federal Reporter; PEIE: Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, Negroes, Mexicans, Spanish Surnames, American Indians; LA Times on Chinatown; Japanese Americans and Civil Rights; Cases.
Box 11

Box 11. 1942-1978.

Scope and Content

Kalen/Hanbury; Benefit of Clergy; Judicial Review in Canada; U of Toronto Law Journal; Canada: Conf. of Commissioners; Supreme Court and Canadian Constitution; Canada: Federal Court of Appeal; LA Times: National Criminal Appeals Court Proposed; Sup. Court.
Box 13

Box 13. 1938-1972.

Scope and Content

Courts Notes; Law Library of Kirby; Anglo-American Law Books; Annals of Amer. Academy of Political and Social Science; J. Marshall and British Debt Cases; Magna Carta after 750 years; Eyre of Kent; Statutes; Research Approval; Jefferson; Bugging; PS 167B; Federalism.
Box 14

Box 14. 1941-1972.

Scope and Content

Marshall; Jeff.; Madison; Pendltn; Randolph; Growth of Am. Rep.; Conn., NY, NJ, PA, RI, VA; Hist of N-papers; Giddings v. Browne; PS 167A; Judges of C. of Appeals; Velasco; Doc. Study; PS 252A; Col. Law Review; Contract Clause; Journals of Congress.
Box 15

Box 15. 1931-1974.

Scope and Content

Political Science 216; "Higher Law" background; Law as Function of Evolutionary Process; Law in Canada; Interstate Commerce; Pugach vs. Dollinger; Silver Platter; Information on Books; Magna Carta Foundation; Islamic Law; Speluncean Explorers; The End of Law; Roscoe Pound.
Box 16

Box 16. 1930-1984.

Scope and Content

Legal Effect Unconstitutional (English and Spanish); El Control Leyes; So. Coast Air Quality Management Dist.; Army Certificate; Harvard: Frankfurter and Burlingham; Kubeck; Correspondence re: Publications; Pi Sigma Alpha; Colombia; Attorney General; Private Seizures; Schwartz.
Box 17

Box 17. 1954-1970.

Scope and Content

USA Innovations; South Vietnam's New Constitution Structure; Postimperialism; Incorporation Revisited; Illegal Evidence; Elect. Surveillance; Appearance Before Commissioner; Gideon's Trumpet; Cruel/Unusual Punishment Clause; Petty Offenses; Contempt; University Papers.
Box 18

Box 18. 1930-1970.

Scope and Content

People v. Cal, S & S Prosp.; Douglas v. Cal; Police Show up; Ng Cal; Final Judgment Rule; Penalty Trial: People v Morse; Harmless Error; Confession; Escobedo-Miranda; Lect. Notes; Elem. Law; Soc. Control; Anglo- Sax; Trial by Ordeal; Soc. Leg.
Box 19

Box 19. 1940-1960.

Scope and Content

Amer. Mun. Assoc. Mlk Control; Articles/Notes A-T; Amer. Col. Law; Lib. Assheton; Lib. Kirby; Attorneys in Colonial America; Divorce in Colonial Amer; England Legal Education; Hargrave; Litchfield Law School; Hoffman; Story; Walker; Swift; Detroit Bureau of Government Research.
Box 20

Box 20. 1935-1994.

Scope and Content

Zabel v. Tabb, Tenn v. Davis, Chapman v. CA, Gelston v. Hoyt, Wilson v. US, WA v. James, Brown v. Barry; Criminal App. Act; Canada, Confessions; Argen./Colombia; Gas; Venturing to do Just.; Justices; Johnson; French Law; Coke; Gov Publications; Chancery.
Box 21

Box 21. 1954-1978.

Scope and Content

Author Index, Periodicals, Addresses, Mailing List; Leg. Hist. Catalogue; Manuscript Journal: James Iredell; Minimum Wage Legislation; Pound; PS 144; Wartime Measures; Seldon Society; Cohen.
Box 22

Box 22. circa 1940-1967.

Scope and Content

Sup. Court CA; Boston U; UC Correspondence; UCLA Law Lib; Milton & Clarendon; 1756 14 year lease; Bill of Rights & Criminal Law Enforcement; Platter; Correspondence: D. McLaughlin; Scripps; UC Personnel Conference.; UCLA Library; H. Sheperd; Berkeley; Gross; Pound.
Box 23

Box 23. 1930-1952.

Scope and Content

Seven diaries; War Lab. Board; telegrams; letter to Guerrero; Moreno; Perez; Plata; Rosales; Revista Juridica; Valencia Zea; Tribunal Superior: Medellin; Consejo de Estado; Colombian Docs; Kiralfy; Derenberg; Warren, History of American Bar; California Appellate; French Law.
Box 24

Box 24. undated.

Scope and Content

Index Cards/Law Library: Legal Hist., Judicial Control of Legis. Procedure, Amer. Procedure, Closing Jam, L and L Not Classified.
Box 25

Box 25. undated.

Scope and Content

Index Cards/Legal History: A-Z; Books Ordered; Entries to Complete; Books Not Ordered; Books: No Entry in This File; Order Cards; Legal Bibliographies; Legal Research Guides; Sent Research Guides; Biographies; Collected Essays; American Bar Association.
Box 26

Box 26. undated.

Scope and Content

Index Cards/L and L Subject File: Might Read or Add; Not Yet Classified; Set, Read and Classify; History of England's Parliament; American Colonies; Colonial Records; Early Am. Background; Canadian Legislation and Procedure; For. Proc.; Functions of Legis.
Box 27

Box 27. undated.

Scope and Content

Index Cards/El. Law Subject File: Legal Systems; Primitive Law; Middle Ages; Early Codes; Assyrian Law; Chinese Law; Greek Law; Hebrew Law; Mosaic Law; Indian Law; Japanese Law; Mongolian Law; Norwegian Law; Russian Law; Roman Law; Hist. Roman Law.
Box 28

Box 28. 1934-1971.

Scope and Content

Notecards; Uniformity of Law; Sandpaper; State Adopt Fed Law; Prison Indust Reorg Admin; Power to Prohibit Commerce; Child/Prison Labor; Stanford; 105; C.J.; Immunity Act; Searches & Seizures; UCLA Survey Research Ctr; UCLA PhD; Neumann; CA Code.
Box 29

Box 29. 1932-1994.

Scope and Content

William Penn and William Mead; Kennett; C, B & Q v Chicago; Eng, DJ x 2; Ames; Clayton; 3 Dallas 269; Wagstaff; Luke v Lyde; Throgmorton; Wharton; Bushell; Constable v. Clovery; PS 252; Regina v Wainscot; PS 238A Eng Rep.; Beak v Tyrrell; UCLA Magazine.
Box 30

Box 30. 1933-1977.

Scope and Content

PS 144/112/167B; V. Cases; Caodaism; Times of Vtn; V. Dinner; Mich. St. U.; "New Leader"; Hue; Vtn. Article; Iredell; Statutes at Large; Srcs of Eng. Leg. Hist.; Bridgman; Coke; Dyar; Hobart; Kelyng; Plowden; Shower; Yelverton; Eng. Reports; Lord Hale
Box 31

Box 31. 1933-1963.

Scope and Content

Gilds; Uniformity of Law.; Hijacking; Wash. U. Law Quarterly; Jrnl. Of the Am. Judicature Soc; US Reports; Piacenza & Newman Correspondence; V. Cases; Public Stats. at Large; Ephraim Kirby; Key Probs; Corpus Juris; Shearson; Daily Bruin; Reg. of Profs.
Box 32

Box 32. 1958-1972.

Scope and Content

Coke; Gilbert, Evidence; Laws of Eng.; Med. Libs. of GB; Ames Found.; Divers Hands; 238A Syll; Magna C.; Chronicles and Memorials of GB and I; Tryals Per Pais; Hargrave, Tracts; [Nelson], Evidence; Wood, Inst. of Civil Law; List of Law Books; UCLA Law Lib.
Box 33

Box 33. 1929-1966.

Scope and Content

Appleton-Century-Crofts; Villanova; UCLA Law Students Association; Letters regarding Articles Published; Arbitrations Declined; Declined Requests for Articles; Hansard; Legis. Proc.: Fed. Rule; Jud. Control of Leg.: A Comp. Study; Search for Uniformity of Laws.
Box 34

Box 34. 1937-1974.

Scope and Content

"Grant" notepads; Chadbourn; Fisher; Kahn-Freund; Am. PS Review; Braden; Dem. Nat. Cong. Com.; NYU; Stanford; Walthers; Rupp; Harvard; Marquis Co; Cook v. Illinois U; Fishel; Sheraton; Suzuki; Smith; Hochman & Barter; Mansfield; Azizi; Kuchel; Mitchell.
Box 35

Box 35. 1931-1965.

Scope and Content

Walford; Sprague; Roscoe; PS 170/216/158; Henson; Writs; Statute of the Staple; Kiralfy; Altschiel; NY Times Magazine; Carter; Merchants of the Staple; Burdick; King's Bench Division; V. Cases; Issues 36/40; Platforms; US Securities Act; Collier's.
Box 36

Box 36. 1931-1972.

Scope and Content

ND; Osgood H. L Journ.; PS Quart.; Tex. L Rev.; Tulane L Rev; U Penn L Rev; Yale L Journ; Marquis; Intolerance CA; Research Com.; Dist. Teacher; "Higher Law"; Retirement; Who's Who; Personnel; Mex; Walford; Wechsler; Journ. Of Pol; Kamisar.
Box 37

Box 37. 1965-1971.

Scope and Content

Colonial Laws of Massachusetts; Kirby; James Logan; Landis; Petersen; von Werlhof; Zeidman; Jacobi; Brenner; Studer; Rosser; Abrams; Jay; Sweet; Presser; NY Reporting System; Oblath; Rosenbloom; Ellis; Getz; Bradford; Wasserman.
Box 38

Box 38. 1928-1994.

Scope and Content

Seldon Society; American Political Science Association; Glanville; Britton; Gouna v. O'Neill; American Law Institute; Harvard Law Review; University of Kansas Law Review; Yale Law Journal; Helen Cam; Journal Articles 1928-42; Coloquio Internacional; Machii: Dissertation; UCLA Grad. Journal; Anglo-American Legal System.
Box 39

Box 39. 1961-1980.

Scope and Content

Copy 1761 doc; T Brochures; El Pensamiento; J Black's Liberalism; Attenborough; Chronica; Robertson; Plucknett; Glanville; Bullen & Leake; Woodbine; S Society; House of Commons Journs; Regnal Years; Morris; Herne; Hale; Revista de Ciencias Juridicas.
Box 40

Box 40. 1936-1963.

Scope and Content

Revista Mexicana; Estudio Comparativo Leyes; City of Laramie case; Brasil; El Control Ciencia Politica; UCLA Law Review; Larry Powell; State Bar Journal; Federal Judiciary; Sexta Conferencia; German Menu; Moody; University of Chicago Law School; L and L Box of Notes.
Box 41

Box 41. undated.

Scope and Content

Photo album containing black and white photographs of Mexico.
Box 42

Box 42. 1934.

Scope and Content

Photo album containing black and white photographs of Panama City, Berlin, Potsdam, Prague, Budapest, Vienna, Munich, Lucerne, Paris, Marseilles, Gibraltar, Versailles and London. Materials include menus, postcards, ticket stubs and business cards.
Box 43

Box 43. 1934-1935.

Scope and Content

Photo album containing black and white photographs of Egypt, Indian Ocean, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Madura, General India, Benares, Nellore, Delhi, Agra, Fatepur Sikri, Rangoon (Burma), Penang (Malaya), Singapore, Japan and Hawaii.
Box 44

Box 44. 1938-1972.

Scope and Content

Quotes; Prohibition and the Bill of Rights; Frankfurter; Corwin; Parrington; Pound; Norton; Constitutional Law; International Law; Separation of Powers; Nat. Law; Religion; Federal Common Law; Liberty; Taxation; Treaty and Statute; Contempt/Pardon; PS 144; RR Rate Control.
Box 45

Box 45. 1934.

Scope and Content

Self-Gov Bar; Gilds: the Bar; Inherent Power; Contempt; Minimum Fee Schedule; Quote Readmission; General Statutes regarding Trade Boards; Stats: Service Trades, Barbers; 1924-25 "Beauty" Acts; Stats: Cleaning, California Healing, Dentists; and 6 microfilm rolls.
Box 46

Box 46. 1938.

Scope and Content

Gen. Warrants; "Probable Cause"; Search and Seizure; England History of Search Warrants; US Supreme Court; US Federal Courts; Paddock; DJ; NG re: Forfeiture; Libel; Return Liquor; Bankruptcy; Corp's-English Rule; Wiretapping; Telegrams; Eavesdropping.
Box 47

Box 47. undated.

Scope and Content

England: Judicial Control of Legislation; Divider and Notes for almost every State; Annotations; Digests; US Supreme Court: Judicial Control of Legislation.
Box 48

Box 48. 1938.

Scope and Content

Copies of Depositions; Torture; Confrontation; Indictment; Jury Named; Right to Counsel; Appeal of Felony; England Statutes; Scotland; Legal Aid; Counsel: France; Johnson v. Zerbst; US States; Witnesses; England Rules; Bishop; Britton; Century of Law Reform.
Box 49

Box 49. 1937-1946.

Scope and Content

PS 101; XL3A Exams; Theories; PS 3A/B; Economic Background and Ratification of Constitution; National Convention; PS 172; Centralization; State Police; Removal Power; Integration; Commissions; Budget; Judicial Administration; Platforms; Beard; Search for Uniformity of Law.
Box 50

Box 50. undated.

Scope and Content

Advisory Opinions; Juries of the Supreme Court; Court Procedure; Arbitration; Declaratory Judgement; Suspend and Submit; Reference Act; Court Appointed Counsel; AG v. AG; Tax Agreement Acts; Cases; SC and PC; SCC (not reference); Alta; BC; Man.; N.Br.; Newf.
Box 51

Box 51. undated.

Scope and Content

Constitution and Stat's; Defense as Witness; Felon as Witness; Wife as Witness; California Jury Instructions; Uniform Rules of Evidence; Comment on Failure to Testify; Jury Judge Facts; "To Do."
Box 52

Box 52. undated.

Scope and Content

PS 157A; Judicial Review, Other Countries; Nature of Judicial Power; Jurisdiction; State Tax; Admiralty; Commerce; Child Labor; Federal Aid; Natural Law; JR: 2/3 Majority; Marbury v. Madison; Political Questions; Nature of the Union; Amending the Constitution.
Box 53

Box 53. undated.

Scope and Content

Summaries; New Rules: Prospective?; Supreme Court Justices; Cruel and Unusual Punishment; Nat. Law Books of DP; Fed Law in State Court--Which Bill of Rights; cases organized by date; Jury Trial; Free Speech; Powell v. Ala.; DJ v. 14th; DJ Government Appeal.
Box 54

Box 54. 1931-1978.

Scope and Content

JR in Latin America; Comp. Negl.; Hopi Indians; Holmes; Harvard Law Review; Israel's Quest for Constitution; France; UCLA Law Library; La Interpretacion; Hanbury; Vietnam Constitution; West. Pol. Quarterly; Colombia; UNAM; Detroit; Red Boxes of Notes; Eminent Domain; Pound.
Box 55

Box 55. 1920-1975.

Scope and Content

Med. Box of Cases; Two Index Card Boxes, organized alphabetically; Photos of Lab Dispute; El Control Jurisdiccional; Vietnam Constitution; West. Pol. Quarterly; Frankfurter; "Higher Law"; La Interpretacion; Three Boxes Index Cards: Chinese/Japanese, Quotes.
Box 56

Box 56. 1947-1989.

Scope and Content

Glanville; Britton; National Academy of Arbitrators; Clothing & Textile Workers; The Chronicle; Arbitration; Shirley Salem; Copy of 1794 Doc.; Hist. Errors - Jury in Chancery; "Dual Sovereignty" and the B of R; Fed. B of R; Judicial Interpretation of the 14th Amendment