A Blueprint for Judicial Reform
Patrick B. McGuigan, Randall R. Rader
Free Congress Research & Education Foundation, 1981 - Political Science - 382 pages
This comprehensive study of judicial reform contains recommendations from numerous leading scholars who advocate major changes in the federal court system. Some of the proposals entail establishing the right to reverse Supreme Court rulings by Congress, giving Congress veto power over federal rule-making agencies and granting tax credits to lawyers who voluntarily provide free legal services to the poor.
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