American lawyers: the ultimate insiders

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Pro Se, 1994 - Law - 235 pages
1. American Lawyers, 2. Supreme Court, 3. Professional Canons, 4. Legal Reform, 5. Ethics, 6. Social Sciences, 7. Inherent Power Doctrine, 8. Elitist Constitutions, 9. Commoners Constitutions, 10. Title, 11. Constitutional Initiatives, 12. Internet Justice. The book deals with our present lawyer monopoly. It traces the history from the fatal Marbury vs. Madison decision elevating nine Americans to Supreme power. It has led to breakdown of our legal system. The American Bar Association, State & local semi-private Bar monopolies supervised by their own elite are held in public contempt for good reasons outlined in this treatise. It argues such legal trusts have brought about gridlock in our justice system. It explains how to correct it through deregulating our lawyer-segregated courts. How to hold our lawyer power broker accountable through legislation. How to exclude lawyers/legislators under the Constitutional Separation of Power & Check & Balance theories. It claims such reform is fundamental to our limited Constitutional Government. The book shows how it can be done. Neither the author of the Bill of Rights nor Steen-Olsen is a lawyer. He asks the American voter to examine the evidence & decide what is best for our nation. The Book is both informative, provocative & written with a sense of humor for the talk s how circuit. See you at ALA in PMA booth. To order: 24 hrs 800-507-2665 (800-507-BOOK). Retail $19.95.

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