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Supreme Court Cases 1910-1919 - Chapter Summary
Our instructors outline the notable Supreme Court cases that took place between 1910 and 1919 in this helpful chapter. Lesson topics include Bailey v. Alabama and the 13th Amendment, plus the ruling in Weems v. United States. Take as much time as you need and review these lessons as many times as needed in order to feel comfortable with these topics. To test your understanding, take the quizzes provided with the lessons to ensure you're ready for an exam or to move on. If you have any questions along the way, reach out to one of our instructors for assistance. This chapter is designed to help you:
- Outline the case of Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States
- Detail the Supreme Court insular cases
- Describe Guinn v. United states and the grandfather clause
- Explain the findings in Hadacheck v. Sebastian and Bi-Metallic Investment Co. v. State Board of Equalization
- Discuss the significance of Bunting v. Oregon
- Identify the decision made in Buchanan v. Warley
- Explain the findings in Hammer v. Dagenhart
- Summarize Debs v. United States
1. Bailey v. Alabama & the 13th Amendment
In this lesson we will learn about the United States Supreme Court case ''Bailey v. Alabama'', including the background to the case, the Court's findings, and the role of the Thirteenth Amendment.
2. Weems v. United States: Summary & Ruling
In this lesson, you will learn about the US Supreme Court Case of Weems v. United States, decided in 1910, its facts, the issues presented before the Court and the decision in the case based on the Eighth Amendment.
3. Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States
In this lesson, you will learn the background to the 1910 Supreme Court case ''Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States''. We will also learn the facts of the case, the Court's holding and analysis, and the outcome of the case.
4. What Were the Insular Cases in the Supreme Court?
The insular cases are Supreme Court cases which dealt with the legal status of territories acquired by the United States after the Spanish-American War. In this lesson, we will examine the insular cases, their outcome, and current implications.
5. Guinn v. United States & the Grandfather Clause
Many minority voters were discriminated against by racially driven literacy tests, poll taxes and other methods. In this lesson, we will learn how the Supreme Court dealt with such discrimination in ''Guinn v. United States''.
6. Hadacheck v. Sebastian: Case Brief
The U.S. Constitution gives states the ability to promote the welfare and safety of its citizens. In this lesson, we will see how the Supreme Court ruled in ''Hadacheck v. Sebastian'' on the limits of those state powers.
7. Bi-Metallic Investment Co. v. State Board of Equalization
In this lesson, we will explore how government agencies make rules that have the same force as a law often without providing the same constitutional protections for those affected.
8. Bunting v. Oregon: Summary & Significance
States have the right to regulate working conditions, and private citizens have the right to enter into a contract. In this lesson, we'll learn how the Supreme Court ruled when those rights collided.
9. Buchanan v. Warley (1917): Case Brief & Decision
The Supreme Court's 1917 decision in Buchanan v. Warley involved a racial segregation ordinance. In this lesson you will be introduced to the facts of the case, as well as the Supreme Court's holding and analysis.
10. Hammer v. Dagenhart (1918): Case Brief & Significance
The Commerce Clause allows the federal government to regulate interstate commerce. In this lesson, you'll learn about ''Hammer v. Dagenhart'' and find out how the Supreme Court ruled in this case involving interstate commerce and child labor.
11. Debs v. United States (1919): Summary & Impact
In this lesson, we will learn about the background and history behind the Supreme Court case Debs v. United States (1919). We will also learn the main points of the case and its impact.
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Other chapters within the U.S. Supreme Court Cases: Study Guide & Review course
- Supreme Court Justices
- Supreme Court Cases 1789-1863
- Supreme Court Cases 1864-1873
- Supreme Court Cases 1920-1929
- Supreme Court Cases of the 1930s
- Supreme Court Cases 1940-1943
- Supreme Court Cases 1944-1949
- Supreme Court Cases 1950-1954
- Supreme Court Cases 1955-1959
- Supreme Court Cases 1960-1963
- Supreme Court Cases 1964-1965
- Supreme Court Cases 1966-1967
- Supreme Court Cases 1968-1969
- Supreme Court Cases 1970-1971
- Supreme Court Cases 1972
- Supreme Court Cases 1973-1974
- Supreme Court Cases 1975-1976
- Supreme Court Cases 1977
- Supreme Court Cases 1978
- Supreme Court Cases 1979
- Supreme Court Cases 1980
- Supreme Court Cases 1981
- Supreme Court Cases 1982