Dred Scott Case
Austin Allen, Origins of the Dred Scott Case: Jacksonian Jurisprudence and the Supreme Court, (2006).
Mary Frances Berry, Lincoln and Civil Rights for Blacks, 2 Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association (1980).
Sara B. Blair, Changing the Subject: Henry James, Dred Scott, and Fictions of Identity, 4 American Literary History (1992).
David Skillen Bogen, The Maryland Context of Dred Scott: The Decline in the Legal Status of Maryland Free Blacks, 1776-1810, 34 The American Journal of Legal History (1990).
Dennis K. Boman, The Dred Scott Case Reconsidered: The Political and Legal Context in Missouri, 44 The American Journal of Legal History (2000).
John Burt, Lincoln's Dred Scott: Contesting the Declaration of Independence, 21 American Literary History (2009).
Patrick W. Carey, Political Atheism: 'Dred Scott,' Roger Brook Taney, and Orestes A. Brownson, 88 The Catholic Historical Review (2002).
Gregg D. Crane, The Lexicon of Rights, Power, and Community in Blake: Martin R. Delaney's Dissent from Dred Scott, 68 American Literature (1996).
Justin Buckley Dyer, Lincolnian Natural Right, Dred Scott, and the Jurisprudence of John McLean, 41 Polity (2009).
Walter Ehrlich, They Have No Rights: Dred Scott's Struggle for Freedom, (1979).
Walter Ehrlich, Was the Dred Scott Case Valid?, 55 The Journal of American History (1968).
Walter Ehrlich, The Origins of the Dred Scott Case, 59 The Journal of Negro History (1974).
Don E. Fehrenbacher, Slavery, Law, and Politics: The Dred Scott Case in Historical Perspective, (1981).
Don E. Fehrenbacher, The Dred Scott Case: Its Significance in American Law and Politics, (1978).
Paul Finkelman, Dred Scott v. Sandford: A Brief History with Documents, (1997).
Mark A. Graber, Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil, (2006).
Vincent C. Hopkins, Dred Scott's Case, (1951).
Timothy S. Huebner, Roger B. Taney and the Slavery Issue: Looking Beyond--and Before--Dred Scott, 97 The Journal of American History (2010).
H. M. Hyman, Abraham Lincoln, Legal Positivism, and Constitutional History, 13 Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association (1992).
David Thomas Konig, Paul Finkelman, and Christopher Alan Bracey, The Dred Scott Case: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Race and Law, (2010).
Levi Robert Lind, An Ancient Dred Scott Case, 29 The Classical Weekly (1935).
Andrew Napolitano, Dred Scott's Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom in America, (2009).
Louis H. Pollak, Race, Law, and History: The Supreme Court from 'Dred Scott' to 'Grutter v. Bollinger', 134 Daedalus (2005).
Carl Brent Swisher, Dred Scott One Hundred Years Later, 19 The Journal of Politics (1957).
Lea VanderVelde and Sandhya Subramanian, Mrs. Dred Scott, 106 The Yale Law Journal (1997).
Lea VanderVelde and Sandhya Subramanian, Mrs. Dred Scott: A Life on Slavery's Frontier, (2009).
John S. Vishneski III, Washington University Acquires Lost Documents from the Dred Scott Case, 31 The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (2001).
John S. Vishneski III, What the Court Decided in Dred Scott v. Sandford, 32 The American Journal of Legal History (1988).
Keith E. Whittington, The Road Not Taken: Dred Scott, Judicial Authority, and Political Questions, 63 The Journal of Politics (2001).