Washington University Law Quarterly
Rather than looking at what the courts have produced in the way of philosophy, principles, and concepts that comprise those sundry bodies of substantive law which attempt to implement the drive for equality, I consider the effect of the egalitarian thrust on the courts and the orders they enter, their role and functions, their procedures, and their relations with the executive and legislative branches.
Judicial Administration of Equality and Liberty: From Declaration of Right to Restructuring Institutions,
1979 Wash. U. L. Q. 795
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