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The Commerce Clause Under Marshall, Taney and Waite, Inscribed by FF.
1937. With a Warm Inscription by Frankfurter Frankfurter, Felix [1882-1965]. The Commerce Clause Under Marshall, Taney and Waite. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1937. 114 pp. Lightly shelfworn cloth in moderately worn and lightly edgeworn and moderately soiled dust jacket, faint dampstaining to rear panel. Warm author inscription, most likely to Robert H. Jackson, signed "Felix," interior otherwise clean. * First edition. The inscription reads: "Dear Bob/ This is not a Roland for an Oliver, but law, at least in my poor hands, is only on the river of philosophy./ But 'we live by symbols,' and this brings you my gay devotion & ardent hopes./ Yrs/ Felix/ 18 December 1936." "Bob" is probably Robert H. Jackson [1894-1954], one of Frankfurter's closest friends. In 1936 Jackson was the assistant attorney general heading the Tax Division of the Department of Justice. He was attorney general from 1937 to 1941 and an associate justice of the Supreme Court from 1941 to 1954.
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