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American Philosophy Of Law, Clarence Emmett Manion Jan 1943

American Philosophy Of Law, Clarence Emmett Manion

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America’s philosophy of law is a rich heritage sculpted by the American Revolution. The bold aspirations of the Declaration of Independence, which advances notions of inalienable, God-given rights find more mild-mannered forms in our Constitution. However, this prevailing concept is what makes our legal and political environment distinct from our English forebears.


Administrative Boards And Delegation Power, William Burns Lawless Jan 1943

Administrative Boards And Delegation Power, William Burns Lawless

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Military Action In Labor Disputes, William Burns Lawless Jan 1943

Military Action In Labor Disputes, William Burns Lawless

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Generally, we may say that the executive power to initiate military action is commensurate with the emergency. If the situation is grave, the civil courts may be closed and a military commission appointed by the governor to substitute for the judiciary. In all events the power is potentially a vast one. Discriminate, ly applied it bargains a temporary suspension of rights for a restoration of law and order.