Dartmouth College Case
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Bruce A. Campbell, John Marshall, the Virginia Political Economy, and the Dartmouth College Decision, 19 The American Journal of Legal History (1975).
John W. Hazard Jr., From Dartmouth College to Bellotti: The Political Career of the American Business Corporation, 6 Ohio Northern University Law Review (1979).
John C. Hogan, Daniel Webster's Powers of Oral Advocacy: The Argument in Dartmouth College Case, 30 Journal of the State Bar of California (1955).
Eldon L. Johnson, The Dartmouth College Case: The Neglected Educational Meaning, 3 Journal of the Early Republic (1983).
Thomas Michie, Portraits of Lawyers in the Dartmouth College Case, 27 Boston Bar Journal (1983).
R. Kent Newmyer, Daniel Webster as Tocqueville's Lawyer: The Dartmouth College Case Again, 11 The American Journal of Legal History (1967).
R. Kent Newmyer, John Marshall as a Transitional Jurist: Dartmouth College v. Woodward and the Limits of Omniscient Judging, 32 Connecticut Law Review (2000).
William Gwyer North, The Political Background of the Dartmouth College Case, 18 The New England Quarterly (1945).
Steven J. Novak, The College in the Dartmouth College Case: A Reinterpretation, 47 The New England Quarterly (1974).
Francis N. Stites, Private Interest and Public Gain: The Dartmouth College Case, (1972).
John S. Whitehead and JurgenHerbst, How to Think about the Dartmouth College Case, 26 History of Education Quarterly (1986).
Hugh Evander Willis, The Dartmouth College Case: Then and Now, 19 St. Louis Law Review (1934).