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					          CHAPTER 18-19 SUPREME COURT CASES
 For each of the following cases you should know the basic issue at
   hand in each case, the amendment #’s involved, and the outcome of
   the case…
1. New York Times v. U.S. – 1971 (prior restraint)
2. Schenk v. U.S. – 1919 (clear and present danger)
3. Gitlow v. New York – 1925 (incorporation)
4. Brandenburg v. Ohio – 1969 (imminent threat)
5. Miller v. California – 1973 (obscenity)
6. Texas v. Johnson – 1989 (flag burning)
7. Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier – 1988 (school paper)
8. Reynolds v. U.S. – 1898 (polygamy)
9. Everson v. Board of Education – 1947 (busing $$)
10. Engel v. Vitale – 1962 (prayer in school)
11. Wallace v. Jaffreee – 1985 (moments of silence)
12. Board of Ed. of Westside v. Mergens – 1990 (equal access)
13. Epperson v. Arkansas – 1968 (evolution)
14. Wisconsin v. Yoder – 1972 (Amish exception education)
15. Tinker v. Des Moines – 1969 (arm bands)
16. Lemon v. Kurtzman – 1971 (“lemon test” – excessive entanglement)
17. Wolf v. Colorado – 1949 (exclusionary rule)
18. Mapp v. Ohio – 1961 (exclusionary rule)
19. Gideon v. Wainwright – 1963 (right to a lawyer)
20. Escobedo v. Illinois – 1964 (lawyer, self-incrimination)
21. Miranda v. Arizona – 1966 (lawyer, self-incrimination)
22. Plessy v. Ferguson – 1896 (separate but equal OK)
23. Sweatt v. Painter – 1950 (equal educ.access)
24. Brown v. Board of Education – 1954 (separate but = not equal)
25. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education – 1971 (busing)
26. Mueller v. Oregon – 1908 (= rights for women – hours/pay)
27. Rostker v. Goldberg – 1981 (draft men, not women)
28. Griswold v. Connecticut – 1965 (privacy first established)
29. Roe v. Wade – 1973 (trimester standard)
30. Planned Parenthood v. Casey – 1992 (no undue burden)
31. Boy Scouts of America v. Dale – 2000 (gay scout leaders)
32. Furman v. Georgia – 1972 (outlawed the death penalty)
33. Gregg v. Georgia – 1976 (reestablished the death penalty)
34. Regents of the U. of Calif. v. Bakke – 1978 (reverse discrimination)

                                           (OVER….)
35.Korematsu v. U.S. – 1944 (national security/civil liberties)
36.Baker v. Carr – 1962 (malapportionment)
37.Bush v. Gore – 2000 (equal protection)
38.U.S. v. Lopez – 1995 (guns-limits commerce clause – Congress)
39.Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire – 1941 (no “fighting words”)
40.Bowers v. Hardwick – 1984 (states could outlaw sodomy)
41.Lawrence v. Texas – 2003 (overturned Bowers case)
42.Atkins v. Virginia – 2002 (illegal to execute mentally retarded)
43.Roper v. Simmons – 2005 (set 18 as age for executions)
44.Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) (slaves not citizens, no standing)
45.N.Y. Times v. Sullivan (1964) (“reckless disregard” standard)
46.Loving v. Virginia (1967) (interracial marriage)
47.Katz v. U.S. (1967) (warrant needed for pay phones)
48.Lee v. Weisman (1992) (prayer at school graduations)
49.Grutter v. Bollinger (2003) (race narrowly used in college admissions)
50.Hamdi v. Rumsfeld (2004) (citizen “enemy combatant” and attorney)
51.Kelo v. City of London (2005) (eminent domain “takings clause”)
52.Morse v. Frederick (2007) (Bong Hits for Jesus not allowed)
53.D.C. v. Heller (2008) (D.C. ban on guns not allowed – incorporation)
54.Buckley v. Valeo (1976) ($$ is speech, but limits by FEC are allowed)
55.Citizens United v. FEC (2010) (unlimited private $$ for elections)
56.Snyder v.Phelps (2011) (Westboro Baptist Church protected)
57.New Jersey v. TLO (1985) (schools “reasonable suspicion” standard)




 MARBURY V. MADSION (1803)
   - JUDICIAL REVIEW

 McCULLOCH V. MARYLAND (1819)
   - IMPLIED POWERS
   - NATIONAL SUPREMACY

				
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