This chapter begins with a discussion of the important role played by Justice Arthur Goldberg in one of the most famous decisions of the 20th-century Supreme Court, Griswold v. Connecticut. It then considers the New Deal Court's reversal of a broad spectrum of constitutional doctrines from roughly 1937 to 1941. The modern restoration of unenumerated rights is then discussed.
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