- Title Pages
- Author’s Note
- Introduction Political Repression and Court-Curbing
- 1 Defining the McCarthy Era
- 2 The Justices of the Vinson Court, Douds, and the Start of the Court’s McCarthy Era
- 3 Dennis, the Attorney General’s List, Loyalty Programs, Contempts, and More
- 4 Deportations, Fallout from Dennis, and the Rosenberg Case
- 5 The Coming of the Warren Court, the Emspak Trilogy, and Brown’s Consequences
- 6 Nelson, Cole v. Young, and the Beginning of the Campaign against the Court
- 7 The “Red Monday” Decisions, Jencks, and a Crescendo of Anti-Court Attacks
- 8 Beilan, Lerner, and the Court’s Shift, Passport Cases, and Congress’s Court-Curbing Climax
- 9 Barenblatt, Uphaus, and the Court in Retreat
- 10 Scales and CPUSA, Wilkinson and Braden, and Konigsberg II and Anastaplo—a Full-Scale Retreat
- 11 Frankfurter’s Departure, a Near-Decision in Gibson, and the Era’s End
- Epilogue Vietnam War Decisions and Some Observations
- Selected Bibliography
- Index of Supreme Court Decisions
- Production Credits
- The Supreme Court and McCarthy-Era Repression
- University of Illinois Press
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