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Conflicting loyalties : law and politics in the Attorney General's office, 1789-1990

Baker analyzes the history and structure of the office of the US Attorney General, an office that legal scholars have described as ""schizophrenic"". Her study documents how attorneys general have differed in their responses, seeing themselves as advocates of the president or expounders of the law.
Print Book, English, 1992
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan, 1992