Law and Lawyers in the United States: The Common Law Under Stress
by Erwin N. Griswold
Publisher: Stevens & sons 1964
Number of pages: 172
I am planning to take up some selected aspects of the law of the United States, with a dual objective. This may serve to help you to have a better understanding of our legal system and its many problems; and it may, too, lead to the conclusion that you are indeed privileged to live under your own constitutional and legal system.
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