- Title Pages
- Introduction The Supreme Court and Modern Judicial Conservatism
- Chapter One The New Deal Revolution and the Reconstruction of Constitutional Law 1937–1949
- Chapter Two Frankfurters Failure: The Rise and Decline of Judicial Self-Restraint 1949–1962
- Chapter Three The Warren Court and Its Critics 1962–1969
- Chapter Four The Nixon Court and the Conservative Turn 1969–1980
- Chapter Five The Reagan Court and the Conservative Ascendance 1980–1994
- Chapter Six Activism and Restraint on the Rehnquist Court
- Chapter Seven Law and Politics on the Rehnquist Court
- Conclusion Modern Conservatism and Judicial Power
- Cases Cited
- The Most Activist Supreme Court in History
- University of Chicago Press
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