Ethics in Service (Google eBook)
Addresses Delivered in the Page Lecture Series, 1914, before the Senior Class of the Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. Included are: "History of the Profession of Law," "Legal Ethics," "The Executive Power," "The Signs of the Times," and "More Signs of the Times."
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The Executive Power
The Signs of the Times
More Signs of the Times
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