Blacks and the Trial by Jury: The Black Man's Experience in the Courts
Herbert Lang, 1973 - 170 strani
Was there a basic pervasive pattern of judicial reasoning on the equality of races which underlied, or governed, the black man's experience in America and her courts? This book shows by extensive quotation of majority and dissenting opinions of United States and Illinois Supreme Court judges the argumentations of the courts when they were confronted with questions concerning -race-."
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Blacks in Midwestern Society a Statistical Analysis
History and Development of Trial by Jury
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