Law in American society, Volume 35
Sara Toll East
H.W. Wilson Co., 1963 - Law - 185 pages
"The first section [of this collection of articles] seeks to give some indication of prevalent American attitudes toward the law as expressed by members of the legal profession. The next section explores some significant encounters with the law. The third section attempts to give a picture of American minorities in their confrontations with American law. The remaining section presents some specific criticisms of the American legal system." Preface.
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