4 edition of The democratic judge found in the catalog.
The democratic judge
by Published by William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church March in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Statement||By Peter Porcupine [pseud.]|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 10726.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Throughout both Joshua and Judges, the land is of such central importance that it is virtually a character unto itself: “And the land had rest” (Judges , , etc.). The major action of the book of Joshua is Israel’s conquest of the land God had promised their ancestors (Joshua , following ). democratic state. If the legislature must not impinge on the judicial sphere, one may say that judges should avoid law-making and should stick to identifying and applying the law. And this is certainly an important general distinction. Law-making is essentially political, while identifying and applying the law is the role of the Size: KB.
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The role of a judge in a democracy is one of Barak's favourite topics. He wrote and lectured on this subject many times, and in this book he compiled the main arguments, the result of years of careful thinking and of practicing law at the Israel Supreme by: These are the questions that one of the world’s foremost judges and legal theorists, Aharon Barak, poses in this book.
In fluent prose, Barak sets forth a powerful vision of the role of the judge. He argues that this role comprises two central elements beyond dispute resolution: bridging the gap between the law and society, and protecting the constitution and democracy.
'David Judge's Democratic Incongruities is a timely intervention in the debate surrounding British democracy that often feels to be getting more complicated by the minute. Judge seeks to guide readers through a number of what he refers to as 'concerns', both in the sense of 'a matter of importance and interest' but also as 'matter[s] of anxiety and unease', relating to the state of modern British : Hardcover.
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catholics and democrats: the unraveling of a relationship By David R. Carlin Once upon a time—let’s say from the time of Franklin Roosevelt till the time of Lyndon Johnson—the Democratic Party was the clear party of choice for American Catholics.
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By a hefty page book on of a negative for a judge’s Democratic Author: John Lott. His book is a thorough account of the turning points, political and economic forces, corrupt power struggles, and intellectual thought that have shaped how Americans choose their state judges, from Colonial times to the present.
“I began the book feeling horrified by American judicial elections,” Shugerman says.Get this from a library! The democratic judge: or, The equal liberty of the press: as exhibited, explained, and exposed, in the prosecution of William Cobbett, for a pretended libel against the King of Spain and his embassador, before Thomas M'Kean, Chief Justice of the state of Pennsylvania.
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