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The art of judging

Author: James E Bond
Publisher: Bowling Green, Ohio : Social Philosophy and Policy Center ; New Brunswick, USA : Transaction Books, 1987.
Series: Studies in social philosophy & policy, no. 8.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James E Bond
ISBN: 0912051132 9780912051130 0912051140 9780912051147
OCLC Number: 14188821
Description: ii, 82 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. THE DEBATE: How Should Justices Interpret the Constitution? --
2. THE CHOICE: Should Justices Act as Statesmen or as Craftsmen? --
3. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CHOICE: Does Survival of the Rule of Law Depend on the Style of Judicial Decision Making? --
4. A CASE STUDY IN MIXED JUDICIAL STYLES OF DECISION MAKING: Can Justices Act as Both Statesmen and Craftsmen? --
5. A CASE STUDY IN CONTRASTING STYLES OF JUDICIAL DECISION MAKING: How May Statesmen and Craftsmen Differ in Deciding Cases? --
6. THE CASE FOR CRAFTSMANSHIP: Why Should Justices Decide as Craftsmen? --
7. THE CASE AGAINST STATESMANSHIP: Why Should Justices Refrain from Deciding as Statesmen? --
8. CONCLUSION: How Will Craftsmen Insure the Triumph of the Rule of Law?
Series Title: Studies in social philosophy & policy, no. 8.
Responsibility: James E. Bond.

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