Washington University Law Quarterly
I will articulate some distinctions that seem important in thinking about the problems of the changing role of judicial institutions. I will suggest some differing identifications of the major historical roots of our current situation. Further, I will venture my own guesses about where we may be heading.
Commentary—Some Reflections on the Judicial Role: Distinctions, Roots, and Prospects,
1979 Wash. U. L. Q. 817
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