This review champions the editor’s use of Mr. Justice Black’s own opinions in showcasing his emphasis of the emancipating aspects of the Constitution. This work cautions the reader to avoid relying on this compilation as an accurate depiction of the state of the law, especially considering that most of the included opinions are dissents.
William W. Van Alstyne, Book Review, 28 Missouri Law Review 675-682 (1963) (reviewing One Man's Stand for Freedom: Opinions and Lectures of Mr. Justice Hugo Black (Irving Dilliard ed., 1963))
Library of Congress Subject Headings
United States., Constitution, Civil rights, Hugo Black, Judicial opinions, Constitution. 1st-10th Amendments, Supreme Court