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Publisher Description

A collection of essays on the basic issues facing the American legal system, from a social, historical and philosophical perspective. Exploring recent events such as the McDonald’s case, the Tobacco Wars, the Oklahoma City Bombing, and the O.J. Simpson trial, this book captures the essential arguments concerning such important issues as free speech, crime and punishment, the two-party system, and tort reform, and then supports them with the critical facts, statistics, and citations to respected authorities. This book is perfect for practicing attorneys, consumer advocates, and members of the press, who wish to be armed with an arsenal of knowledge and information concerning the central legal issues which face Americans today.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1998
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
356
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gravier House Press
SELLER
Hoffman Miller Advertising Inc
SIZE
912
KB

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