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" The opportunity freely and publicly to criticise judicial action is of vastly more importance to the body politic than the immunity of courts and judges from unjust aspersions and attack. Nothing tends more to render judges careful in their decisions... "
Present Day Problems: A Collection of Addresses Delivered on Various Occasions - Page 291
by United States. President (1909-1913 : Taft) - 1908 - 355 pages
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Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including ..., Volume 18

American Bar Association - Bar associations - 1895
...suggestion that what is here to be said has anything in it either of a personal defense or of at/uasi official character. The opportunity freely and publicly...intelligent scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow men. Such criticism is beneficial in proportion as it is fair, dispassionate, discriminating...
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The American Law Register and Review, Volume 43

Law - 1895
...opportunity freely and publicly to criticise judicial action is of vastly more importance to the people than the immunity of courts and judges from unjust...intelligent scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow men. Such criticism is beneficial in proportion as it is fair, dispassionate, discriminating...
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Michigan Law Journal, Volume 4

Law reviews - 1895
...judges careful in their judgments, and anxiously solicitous to do exact justice than the conciousness that every act of theirs is to be subjected to the intelligent scrutiny of their fellow men, and to their candid criticism. Such criticism is beneficial in proportion as it...
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The Bar: West Virginia, Volume 14

Law - 1907
...criticize judicial action is of vastly more importance to the body poltic than the immunity of the courts and judges from unjust aspersions and attack....by learned text writers and by the acute editors of various law reviews upon judicial decisions are therefore highly useful. Such critics constitute more...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, Part 1

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1909
...States circuit judge, eleven years ago, in 1895: " The opportunity freely and publicly to criticize judicial action is of vastly more importance to the...legal principles. The comments made by learned text waiters and by the acute editors of the various law reviews upon judicial decisions are therefore highly...
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The New Democracy: An Essay on Certain Political and Economic Tendencies in ...

Walter Edward Weyl - Democracy - 1912 - 370 pages
...years ago, President William Howard Taft, then United States Judge, expressed himself as follows : "The opportunity freely and publicly to criticise...the consciousness that every act of theirs is to be submitted to the intelligent scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow-men. In the case of Judges...
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Majority rule and the judiciary: an examination of current proposals for ...

William Lynn Ransom - Courts - 1912 - 183 pages
...Federal Judge William Howard Taft in an address in 1895 before the American Bar Association: Nothing tends more to render judges careful in their...the consciousness that every act of theirs is to be submitted to the intelligent scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow men. . . . The comments...
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Majority rule and the judiciary: an examination of current proposals for ...

William Lynn Ransom - Courts - 1912 - 183 pages
...Federal Judge William Howard Taft in an address in 1895 before the American Bar Association: Nothing tends more to render judges careful in their...do exact justice than the consciousness that every 174 Majority Rule and the Judiciary act of theirs is to be submitted to the intelligent scrutiny and...
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Our Democracy: Its Origins and Its Tasks

James Hayden Tufts - Democracy - 1917 - 327 pages
...criticising the courts he has written as follows: The opportunity freely and publicly to criticize judicial action is of vastly more importance to the...scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow-men. (Pre8ent Day Problemi, 291.) Professor Goodnow, in his very careful study called Professor Social Reform...
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Our Democracy: Its Origins and Its Tasks

James Hayden Tufts - Democracy - 1917 - 327 pages
...criticising the courts he has written as follows: The opportunity freely and publicly to criticize judicial action is of vastly more importance to the...scrutiny and candid criticism of their fellow-men. (Pre8ent Day Problemi, 291.) Professor Goodnow, in his very careful study called Professor Social Reform...
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