Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1928-29

Archive Report

The Supreme Court of the United States, at its October terra, 1928, which came to a close June 3, 1929, decided a total of 825 cases. Of these, the cases of greatest public importance and widest public interest were the Railroad Valuation Case, the Chicago Diversion Case, the New York Five-Cent Fare Case, ...

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