Courts, judges, and politics: an introduction to the judicial process
This classic reader has been a best selling component to the Judicial Process/Judicial Politics/American Legal System course for years. Now thoroughly updated while retaining the features that made it attractive for so long: organization, structure, coverage, narrative, choice of excerpts, and flexibility in use, Lee Epstein and Walter Murphy continue the tradition of this book.
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PERCEPTIONS OF THE JUDICIAL ROLE
JUDICIAL ORGANIZATION AND JURISDICTION
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