Contemporary Judicial Processes and a Democratic Society
Henry J. Abraham maintains that the contemporary litigation explosion has clogged our judicial tribunals, engendered unacceptable delays, and rendered aspects of the judicial process beleaguered. He offers a series of recommendations for making the judicial processes more conducive to the general welfare.
Deciding to Leave: The Politics of Retirement from the United States Supreme Court, Artemus Ward Reviewed by Henry J. Abraham
All the Laws But One: Civil Liberties in Wartime, William H. Rehnquist Reviewed by Henry J. Abraham
Shaping America: The Politics of Supreme Court Appointments, George L. Watson and John A. Stookey Reviewed by Henry J. Abraham
Justice Rehnquist and the Constitution, Sue Davis Reviewed by Henry J. Abraham
Chief Justice: Leadership and the Supreme Court, Robert J. Steamer Reviewed by Henry J. Abrahammore by this author
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