Justice According to Law
Graduate studies at Western
Port Washington, N.Y.,Kennikat Press (1951)
|Abstract||What is justice? -- What is law? -- Judicial justice.|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Justice Addresses, essays, lectures|
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