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Dickey v. Florida/Concurrence Harlan
v. Florida Concurrence by John Marshall Harlan II 939827Dickey v. Florida — ConcurrenceJohn Marshall Harlan II United States Supreme Court 398 U.S. 30
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California v. Green/Concurrence Harlan
California v. Green Concurrence by John Marshall Harlan II 940212California v. Green — ConcurrenceJohn Marshall Harlan II United States Supreme Court 399 U.S. 149
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History of Oregon Newspapers/Morrow County
issued as a semi-weekly for about three months under Harlan. With the passing of the saloon, Harlan turned over the paper late in 1915 to Pierce and Fletcher
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Does Price Fixing Destroy Liberty?/Our Paramount Interest
contrary to public policy." As widely as Chief Justice Fuller and Mr. Justice Harlan differed, ​they both concurred that it was unlawful "to deprive the public
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Does Price Fixing Destroy Liberty?/Annotated/Our Paramount Interest
contrary to public policy." As widely as Chief Justice Fuller and Mr. Justice Harlan differed, ​they both concurred that it was unlawful "to deprive the public
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Pennsylvanian invertebrates of the Mazon Creek Area, Illinois: Eurypterida
(1962, p. 222) has shown it in specimens of Eurypterus remipes lacustris Harlan. Specimens examined.—The specimens listed as H-1 to H-18 are in the private
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Recznik v. City of Lorain/Opinion of the Court
would deny the petition for certiorari. Mr. Justice BLACK, whom Mr. Justice HARLAN joins, dissenting. The Court here summarily reverses the jury's conviction
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The Eurypterida of New York/Volume 1/Eurypteridae
in some trilobites. Eurypterus lacustris Harlan Plates 9–12; plate 13, figure 3 Eurypterus lacustris Harlan. Geol. Soc. Pennsylvania Trans. 1834. 1: 98
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The Theory of Social Revolutions/Chapter 3
Court of the United States under the Fourteenth Amendment, Mr. Justice Harlan swept Mr. Justice Comstock aside by quietly ignoring an argument which was
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Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey/Opinion of the Court
Ullman, 367 U.S. 497, 541, 81 S.Ct. 1752, 1776, 6 L.Ed.2d 989 (1961) (Harlan, J., dissenting from dismissal on jurisdictional grounds) (quoting Hurtado
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F.C.C. v. Pacifica Foundation/Opinion of the Court
of Mr. Justice Harlan in Manual Enterprises, Inc. v. Day, 370 U.S. 478, 82 S.Ct. 1432, 8 L.Ed.2d 639. In that case, Mr. Justice Harlan recognized that
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Reid v. Covert (354 U.S. 1)/Opinion of the Court
from Mr. Chief Justice Fuller, joined by Justices Harlan, Brewer, and Peckham, and from Mr. Justice Harlan separately. The four dissenters took the position
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South Dakota v. Opperman/Dissent Marshall
United States, 389 U.S. 347, 352 (1967) (opinion of the Court); id. at 361 (Harlan, J., concurring). Indeed, this fact is implicit in the very basis of the
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History of Oregon Newspapers/Jackson County
through the years. Thomas Harlan founded the Mail in 1888 as an independent paper, issued Thursdays. Next publisher was Newell Harlan, in 1890, then Felix
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Popular Science Monthly/Volume 37/October 1890/Mothers and Natural Science
all possible assistance. The Agassiz Associations, whose president is Mr. Harlan H. Ballard, whose headquarters are at Pittsfield, Mass., will furnish any
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Smith v. Hooey/Opinion of the Court
obviously impaired. And, while 'evidence and witnesses disappear, memories fade, and events lose their perspective,' [10] a man isolated in prison is powerless
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Dutton v. Evans/Opinion of the Court
fully warranted its being placed before the jury. Pp. 83-90. Mr. Justice HARLAN concluded that exceptions to the rule against hearsay must be evaluated
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The Sikhs (Gordon)/Chapter 8
Pennsylvania, city of Philadelphia, I am the son of a Quaker. My name is Josiah Harlan." When roving in the Afghan border, he was captured by the Sikhs. Ranjit
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Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1892)/Chapter 47
the full text of the Supreme Court and the dissenting opinion of Judge Harlan, who must have weighty reasons for separating from his associates and incurring
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The autobiography of a Pennsylvanian/05 The Philadelphia Bar
Mexico, where I believe he achieved considerable success. With Edward S. Harlan, student of a different type, I established a warm and lasting friendship
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