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Journal of Supreme Court History, published three times a year by the Supreme Court Historical Society, is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to educating the public about the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. Originally founded as an annual publication in 1976 (and known as the Yearbook of the Supreme Court Historical Society), the Journal publishes articles written primarily by historians, law professors, and political scientists, but has also featured essays by art historians, lawyers, judges, oral advocates, journalists, and librarians. The Journalâ€™s readership includes scholars in a variety of fields, as well as judges, practicing attorneys, and students. Because it seeks to engage and inform scholars and non-scholars alike, the Journal of Supreme Court History values clear narrative prose and original historical research. The Journal uses photographs, cartoons, documents, engravings and oil portraits to compellingly illustrate articles.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 48, Number 2, 2023
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