Law and the Modern Mind

New York: Coward-Mccann (1930)
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Keywords Law Psychological aspects  Law Philosophy  Forensic psychology
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Reprint years 1935, 1936, 1949, 1963, 1970
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Call number K346.F73 1949
ISBN(s)   1412808308   9781412808309   9781412827324   1412827329
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