Dispassionate justice: a synthesis of the judicial opinions of Robert H. Jackson
Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1969 - Law - 342 pages
Includes official opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court written by Justice Jackson, as well as his concurring and dissenting opinions.
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