'As Professor Wright explains in his Introduction, he does not intend his volume as a legal treatise. His concern has been rather to portray the role of the Supreme Court as a governing body in American life.' His emphasis, consequently, is on the important cases, both those which mark the expansion and the contraction of the obligation of contracts clauses as a basis of judicial review. In the realization of this purpose he has been enviably successful.'-Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science
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