Only rarely in the study of Supreme Court history do events, personalities, records, and historical sources converge to afford an intimate view of that institution. Schneiderman v. United States, in its own right an important decision in the field of denaturalization law, provides such an opportunity. The manuscript collections of the major adversaries on the Court are well-preserved, and a surviving major figure from among the parties to ·the litigation has provided personal insight into the intricacies of the case.
Jeffrey F. Liss,
The Schneiderman Case: An Inside View of the Roosevelt Court,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol74/iss3/2