May It Please The Court. Edited by Peter Irons with Stephanie Guitton. (New York: New Press, 1993. Pp. xxiv, 375. Bib
Department of History and Political Science
The Georgia Historical Quarterly
In 1955 Chief Justice Earl Warren approved the tape recording of oral arguments made to the United States Supreme Court. These recordings are deposited in the National Archives and made available to law professors for classroom use. Peter Irons, director of the Earl Warren Bill of Rights Project at the University of California, San Diego, selected 23 cases, copied, transcribed, and edited the tapes to produce May It Please The Court.
Dixon, T. W. (1994). May It Please The Court. Edited by Peter Irons with Stephanie Guitton. (New York: New Press, 1993. Pp. xxiv, 375. Bib. The Georgia Historical Quarterly, 78 (3), 667-669. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facarticles/752