|Title||The matter of principle|
|Imprint||Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1985|
|Descript||425 p ; 24 cm.|
The Political basic of law: Political judges and the rule of law -- The Forum of principle -- Principle, policy, procedure -- Civil disobedience and nuclear protest -- Law as interpretation: Is there really no right answer in hard cases? -- How law is like literature -- On Interpretation and objectivity -- Liberalism and justice: Liberalism and justice: Liberalism -- Why liberals should care about equality -- What justice isn't -- Can a liberal state support art? -- The Economic view of law: Is wealth a value? -- Why efficiency? -- Reverse discrimination: Bakke's case: are quotas unfair" -- What did bakke really decide? -- How to read the civil right Act -- Censorship and a free press: Do we have a right to pornography? -- The Farber case: reporters and informers -- Is the press losing the first amendment?
|Arts Library : Stack||KF380 D993M||CHECK SHELVES|
|Law Library (3rd Floor)||K/US.710 D85m 1985||CHECK SHELVES|
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