This review of "The Supreme Court on Trial" by Charles Hyneman, questions why the work’s tackling the age-old issues of the source of judicial review and its constitutionality is particularly novel or unique from other such examinations. Issue is also taken with Brown v. Board of Educaion's dominance of such discussion and the book’s poor treatment of the desegregation cases.
William W. Van Alstyne, Book Review, 63 Michigan Law Review 186-195 (1964) (reviewing Charles S. Hyneman, The Supreme Court on Trial (1963))
Library of Congress Subject Headings
United States., Segregation, Supreme Court, Constitution