Law and the Social Sciences in the Second Half Century

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U of Minnesota Press, 1966 - Social Science - 121 pages
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The author, a distinguished authority on law, provides an illuminating and challenging discussion of the social aspects of law and legal problems. As a background to some penetrating observations, he takes stock of the contributions and interrelations of.
 

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Contents

Where Law and Social Science Stand
3
Program and Movement in the Borderlands of Law and Social Science
25
Man and Machine in the Search for Justice or Why Appellate Judges Should Stay Human
50
Notes
87
Index
115
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