All judges are political--except when they are not : acceptable hypocrisies and the rule of law /

"The legitimacy of our courts rests on their capacity to give broadly acceptable answers to controversial questions. Yet Americans are divided in their beliefs about whether our courts operate on unbiased legal principle or political interest. Comparing law to the practice of common courtesy, K...

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Main Author: Bybee, Keith J., 1965-
Format: Book
Published: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Law Books, c2010
Series:Cultural lives of law
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Call Number: KF8775 .B93 2010