Duty and the law: Judge John J. Parker and the Constitution
The author of the text, a former United States Court of Appeals judge, presents his views as to the imperfections in the judicial system and his suggestions for their correction. He also recounts the battle over Judge Parker's confirmation upon nomination for the United States Supreme Court.
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