Ch 3: Supreme Court Cases 1864-1873

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Supreme Court Cases 1864-1873 - Chapter Summary

Our informative chapter covers important Supreme Court cases from 1864 to 1873. You'll study the facts, significance, and rulings for cases including ex parte Milligan, Mississippi v. Johnson and much more. Feel free to take your time and work at your own pace as you complete each lesson. Take the short quiz accompanying each lesson to ensure you've understood what you've learned. If you have any questions as you move through the chapter, reach out to one of our instructors for assistance. After completing this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Outline the decision in ex parte McCardle
  • Give an analysis of ex parte Yerger
  • Discuss Hepburn v. Griswold
  • Point out how the United States v. Klein applies to legal tender cases
  • Explain how Taylor v. Taintor affected bondsman rights
  • Identify the significance of Bradwell v. Illinois

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