The Judiciary

Publication Date and Title
1.)    1977. 1819, McCulloch v. Maryland [videorecording] /
2.)    1975. The Constitution of the United States ; a documented study in  script and sound. [Sound recording] /
3.)    1984. The Constitution, that delicate balance [videorecording] /
4.)    1997. The First Amendment [sound recording] : live recordings and transcripts of the oral arguments made before the Supreme Court in sixteen key First Amendment cases /
5.)    1979. Gideon's trumpet [videorecording]
6.)    1993. Marbury vs. Madison [videorecording] /
7.)    1988. This honorable court [videorecording] /
8.)    1991. 'The man who beat the blacklist : [videorecording] John Henry  Faulk /
9.)    1988. This honorable court [videorecording] /
10.)    1990. Understanding the courts [videorecording] /
11.)    1995. Your court system and you [videorecording]
12.)    1997. Government by consent - ITV Viewing Only [videorecording]



1.)
TITLE
1819, McCulloch v. Maryland [videorecording] / a production of  the Judicial Conference of the United States
PUBLISHER
Washington : The Conference ; Capitol Heights, M.D. : distributed by National Audiovisual Center, c1977.
DESCRIPT
1 videocassette (36 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
SERIES
Equal justice under law. Equal justice under law. [Videorecording].
NOTE
Presents a dramatization of the landmark Supreme Court case of McCullough v. Maryland, in which the Court struck down Maryland's attempt to tax a federally chartered bank. VHS.
SUBJECT
McCulloch, James W. Bank of the United States (1816-1836) Banks and banking -- Taxation -- United States.
HOLDINGS
RGC
KF6738.B2 M32 1977

2.)
TITLE
The Constitution of the United States ; a documented study in  script and sound. [Sound recording] /
PUBLISHER
South Bend, Ind. : The Manion Forum, c1975.
DESCRIPT
4 cassettes. 2-track., mono.
NOTE
Duration: 210 min. The cassettes and accompanying booklet are edited versions of Manion Forum Radio Broadcasts.1. The coming constitutional crisis, the dictatorship of federal courts. 50 min.--2. The corrosion of the constitution. 55 min.--3. The case against the Supreme Court; two plus four  equals seven; instant relevance. 60 min.--4. Must our states  surrender to the Supreme Court; a constitutional alternative. 45 min.
SUBJECT
United States. Constitution.
HOLDINGS
RGC
JK274 .M36 79-116 

3.)
TITLE
The Constitution, that delicate balance [videorecording] / produced by Columbia University Seminars on Media and Society,  in association with WNET/New York and WTTW/Chicago.
PUBLISHER
New York, N.Y. : Media and Society Seminars ; Santa Barbara, CA :Intellimation, distributor, c1984.
DESCRIPT
13 videocassettes (VHS) (780 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTE
"The Annenberg/CPB collection."1. Executive privilege and delegation of powers (60 min.) -- 2.  War powers and covert action (60 min.) -- 3. Nomination, election, and succession of the president (60 min.) -- 4.  Criminal justice and a defendant's right to a fair trial (60  min.) -- 5. Crime and insanity (60 min.) -- 6. Crime and  punishments (60 min.) -- 7. Campaign spending (60 min.) -- 8. National security and freedom of the press (60 min.) -- 9. School prayer, gun control, and the right to assemble (60 min.)-- 10. Right to live, right to die (60 min.) -- 11. Immigration reform (60 min.) -- 12. Affirmative action versus reverse discrimination (60 min.) -- 13. Federalism (60 min.) Representatives of law, government, journalism, academia and  other professions grapple with the tough choices required to put the Constitution into practice, and the difficulty of  balancing the conflicting demands the Constitution honors.
SUBJECT
United States. Constitution. United States. Supreme Court. Constitutional law -- United States.
HOLDINGS
RGC
JK21   .C66 1984b V.1
JK21   .C66 1984b V.10
JK21   .C66 1984b V.11
JK21   .C66 1984b V.12
JK21   .C66 1984b V.13
JK21   .C66 1984b V.2
JK21   .C66 1984b V.3
JK21   .C66 1984b V.4
JK21   .C66 1984b V.5
JK21   .C66 1984b V.6
JK21   .C66 1984b V.7
JK21   .C66 1984b V.8
JK21   .C66 1984b V.9 

4 .)
TITLE
The First Amendment [sound recording] : live recordings and transcripts of the oral arguments made before the Supreme Court in sixteen key First Amendment cases / edited by Peter Irons.
PUBLISHER
[New York : The New Press, 1997]
DESCRIPT
4 sound cassettes (ca. 120 min.) : analog + 1 book (x, 262 p. ; 26 cm.).
SERIES
May it please the court series.
NOTE
Item requested as book but received as audiocassette. Jeanette Mosey approved cataloging for media centers 3/10/98.Tape 1. New York Times v. Sullivan (23:38) ; Abington v.Schempp (20:30) ; R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul, Minnesota (22:51); Tinker v. Des Moines (20:42) -- Tape 2. New York Times v. United States (22:23) ; Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (20:53) ; County of Allegheny v. ACLU (21:54) ;  Employment Division v. Smith (21:33) -- Tape 3. Barnes v. Glen  Theatre, Inc. (21:50) ; Hustler Magazine, Inc. v. Falwell (21: 13) ; United States v. O'Brien (21:55) ; Branzburg v. Hayes  (21:14) -- Tape 4. Hurley v. Irish-American Gay, Lesbian and  Bisexual Group of Boston (22:18) ; Miller v. California (21:27); Texas v. Johnson (21:51) ; Cohen v. California (21:02). Actual recorded oral arguments leading to landmark rulings,   ranging from issues of obscenity and libel to Vietnam War  protest, confidentiality of reporters' sources, the rights of  gay men and lesbians, and high school newspaper censorship.
SUBJECT
United States. Constitution. 1st-10th Amendments. United States. Supreme Court. Freedom of speech -- United States. Civil rights -- United States -- Cases.
HOLDINGS
CYP
KF4770 .M352 1997 BOOK
KF4770 .M352 1997 TAPE/1-2
KF4770 .M352 1997 TAPE/3-4 

5.)
TITLE
Gideon's trumpet [videorecording]
PUBLISHER
[S.l.] : Worldvision Home Video, 1979.
DESCRIPT
1 videocassette (ca. 120 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTE
Based on the book by Anthony Lewis. Originally in part in The New Yorker. Director, Robert Collins; writer and producer, David W. Rintels;  director of photography, Don H. Birnkrant; music, Harry V.  Lojewski. Henry Fonda, Jose Ferrer, John Houseman, Sam Jaffe, Dean Jagger. Clarence Earl Gideon (Fonda), a semi-literate drifter is arrested for breaking into a pool room and for petty theft. Acting as  his own lawyer, Gideon is convicted and sent to jail. Gideon writes to the Supreme Court, contending that every defendant is entitled to legal representation. Gideon is granted a new trial and is found innocent. VHS.
SUBJECT
Gideon, Clarence Earl.
HOLDINGS
RVS
PN1995.9.J8 G52 1979 

6.)
TITLE
Marbury vs. Madison [videorecording] / a production of WQED/ Pittsburgh.
PUBLISHER
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1993.
DESCRIPT
1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
SERIES
Equal justice under law.
NOTE
Title on cassette label and container: Marbury v. Madison. Host: E.G. Marshall. Presents a dramatization of the landmark Supreme Court decision in Marbury vs. Madison, which established the Supreme Court's  responsibility to review the constitutionality of acts of  Congress. VHS.
SUBJECT
Marbury, William, 1761 or 2-1835. Madison, James, 1751-1836. United States. Supreme Court -- History. Constitutional history -- United States. Judicial review -- United States.
HOLDINGS
PIN
KF4575 .M365 1993

7.)
TITLE
This honorable court [videorecording] / producer, WETA-TV.
PUBLISHER
Washington, D.C. : Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, c1988.
DESCRIPT
2 videocassettes (60 min. each) : sd., col. with b&w newsreel  footage ; 1/2 in. + teachers guide.
NOTE
Funding provided by Smith Barney, AmVestors Financial Corp. and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Titles on containers: Program 1. A history of the court --  Program 2. Inside the supreme court. Program. 1. The quiet of a storm center -- program. 2. Inside the marble temple. Producers, Steve York, Berry Richards ; director, Steve York ; executive producer, Ricki Green. Reported by Paul Duke. Program 1 is a comprehensive history of the United States Supreme Court. It includes the circumstances and significance of  several landmark decisions. Program 2 shows how the Supreme  Court presently operates, portrays the Chief and Associate  Justices and fits the Court within the larger framework of current political institutions and social conditions.
SUBJECT
United States. Supreme Court. United States. Supreme Court -- History. Constitutional history -- United States. Judicial review -- United States -- History.
HOLDINGS
RVS
KF8742 .T45 1988 PROG/1
KF8742 .T45 1988 PROG/2
KF8742 .T45 1988 TEACH.GUIDE 

8.)
TITLE
'The man who beat the blacklist : [videorecording] John Henry  Faulk / a production of KEDT-TV [Corpus Christi, Tx.] and Public Affairs Television, Inc.
PUBLISHER
[S.l.] : PBS, 1991.
DESCRIPT
1 videocassette (58 min.) (VHS) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTE
Interviewer and executive editor, Bill Moyers; executive producer, Paul S. Pope. Studs Turkel. Details Austin writer John Henry Faulk's successful court case in defense of himself, and the First Amendment, against the 1950's blacklisters. Faulk is interviewed by Bill Moyers.
SUBJECT
Faulk, John Henry -- Trials, litigation, etc. Freedom of the press. Freedom of speech. Civil rights. Trials (Libel) -- New York (State) -- New York. Blacklisting of authors.
HOLDINGS
NRG
PS3511.A84 M36 1991 

9.)
TITLE
This honorable court [videorecording] / producer, WETA-TV.
PUBLISHER
Washington, D.C. : Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association, c1988.
DESCRIPT
2 videocassettes (60 min. each) : sd., col. with b&w newsreel  footage ; 1/2 in. + teachers guide.
NOTE
Funding provided by Smith Barney, AmVestors Financial Corp. and  the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Titles on containers: Program 1. A history of the court --  Program 2. Inside the supreme court. Program. 1. The quiet of a storm center -- program. 2. Inside the marble temple. Producers, Steve York, Berry Richards ; director, Steve York ; executive producer, Ricki Green. Reported by Paul Duke. Program 1 is a comprehensive history of the United States Supreme Court. It includes the circumstances and significance of  several landmark decisions. Program 2 shows how the Supreme  Court presently operates, portrays the Chief and Associate  Justices and fits the Court within the larger framework of current political institutions and social conditions.
SUBJECT
United States. Supreme Court. United States. Supreme Court -- History. Constitutional history -- United States. Judicial review -- United States -- History.
HOLDINGS
RVS
KF8742 .T45 1988 PROG/1
KF8742 .T45 1988 PROG/2
KF8742 .T45 1988 TEACH.GUIDE 

10.)
TITLE
Understanding the courts [videorecording] / produced by the  American Bar Association, Commission on Public Understanding  about the Law ; written & produced by Cynthia Canary, with the assistance of R. Gary Alexander, Tammy Russo ; directed by  Robert Ymans.
PUBLISHER
Chicago, IL : The Commission, c1990.
DESCRIPT
1 videorecording (VHS) (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in + 1  instructor's handbook + 1 viewer's guide.
NOTE
Anatomy of a criminal case (18 min.) -- Anatomy of a civil case  (17 min.). Lester Holt.  Overview of the U.S. judicial system, focusing on the state court  level. Features interviews with legal professionals and  illustrates concepts with dramatizations of courtroom proceedings.
SUBJECT
Judicial process -- United States. Procedure (Law) -- United States. Courts -- United States.
HOLDINGS
NRG, RGC
KF8700 .U53 1990 

11.)
TITLE
Your court system and you [videorecording]
PUBLISHER
[Washington, D. C. : Committee for Citizen Awareness, 1995]
DESCRIPT
1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTE
Sponsored by First State Bank, Austin; distributed by the Committee for Citizen Awareness. This video is an explanation of the structure and function of the court system and how it is unique to your particular area. This is helpful to students in understanding their particular access  points to their court system. Also features Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and portrays two hypothetical cases which illustrate the handling of civil and criminal cases.
SUBJECT 
Courts -- United States. Judicial process -- United States.
HOLDINGS
RGC
KF8700 .Y68 1995

12.)
TITLE 
Government by consent - ITV Viewing Only [videorecording]
PUBLISHER
1997.
DESCRIPT
videocassettes : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
SUBJECT
Political Science.
ADD. TITLE
U.S. Government. Government and you, prog.1. Living constitution, prog.2. Constitution in crisis, prog.3. Federalism, prog.4.  Political participation, prog.6.  Interest groups, prog.7.  Power of PAC's, prog.8. Government and the media, prog.9.  Political parties, prog.10. Nominating a president, prog.11.  Presidential campaigning, prog.12.  Congress, prog.14. Legislative process, prog.15.  Presidency, prog.16.  President and the congress, prog.17.  Bureaucracy, prog.18. Domestic policy, prog.19.  Judiciary, prog.21. Individual rights, prog.23. First Amendment freedoms, prog.24.  Rights of the accused, prog.25. Women and minorities, prog.26.
HOLDINGS
RGC, RVS
- Instructional TV  GOV 2613

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