Ross, The Chief Justiceship of Charles Evan Hughes
, 1930-1941 (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2007), 174.
For instance, he discusses in detail the chief justice's role and uses cases to illustrate the difference between a strong chief justice, such as Charles Evan Hughes
or Earl Warren, and an ineffectual one, such as Fred Vinson or Warren Burger.
The voters in any of 10 states in the 1916 election could have put Charles Evan Hughes
in the White House instead of Woodrow Wilson.